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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, May 4, 1934
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MAY 4 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIVE MACNIDER URGED FOR G.O.P, POST Sanders Writes Committee He Plans to Resign As Chairman. WASHINGTON, May 4. (.·?)--A three cornered struggle for control of the republican party was precipitated today by the resignation of Everett Sanders as chairman of the republican national committee. The contest crystalized overnight into a push between the G. O. P. old guard, the forces of Herbert Hoover and the demand of leaders in the congressional group now in power for "new blood." The names of James E. Watson of Indiana, former senate leader, and Frank O. Lowden of Illinois, were sjto.ken frequently today as being disbanding men among the old regvjfars for the party chairmanship. Sends Resignation. A letter from Sanders to members of the committee was made public last night. He said: "I have decided to tender my resignation as chairman of the republican national committee, to take 'feet upon the election of my suc- ssor." "f, therefore, in accordance with ic rules adopted by the republican ational convention held in Chicago une 1932, governing the procedure '. the republican national comimt- ee, do hereby call a special meeting uesday, June 5, at Chicago." MacNIder proposed. Besides Watson and Lowden the ames of those mentioned as possi- ilities to succeed Sanders include: Silas Strawn of Chicago, Theodore toosevelt. Jr., and Charles D. Hilles. f New York; Senator Dickinson of owa; George H. Moses, former Sentor from New Hampshire; Ralph E. Williams of Oregon,' present vice hairman; Hanford MacNider of owa, and James E. Goodrich, former governor of Indiana. When Is A GirlFicklet Sally Gwynne thought she loved Ted Chandler but the sophistication and suave manner of Fred Proctor made her less certain. She had to admit she was attracted by the latter. "When is a girl fickle?" Sally asked herself for the first time in her young life. Sally's story, "Vacation Esca- , pade," 'answers her question. It's a thrilling mystery romance by Arthur Shumway, great for summer reading. Exclusively in GLOBE-GAZETTE MONDAY, MAY 7 Commencement Exercises aj, w jj: *is * Milne of Hay field Will Give Address at Hayfield High School May 23; Plattenburg Will Speak at Swaledale Program; Olson of Forest City to Talk at Rake; O'Brien, Head of Morningside, on Ledyard Program. LOANS BY RFC MADE TO BANKS $95,378,300 Is Total; North Iowa Institutions Are Among List. WASHINGTON. May 4. (iB--Jes- se H. Jones, chairman of the Reconstruction Finance corporation, had on file today his report of RFC operations showing during January, 1934, loans totaling ?95,378,300.06 to banks, building and loan associations, insurance companies, agricultural credit corporations, mortgage loan companies and federal land banks. Thirteen Iowa banks received loans during the month, the largest '$650,000, to the Cedar Rapids Savings bank and trust company. This supplanted a,previous loan of 5500,000 which was rescinded during the month. The receiver of the Commercial National bank of Waterloo obtained a loan of $400,000. The following other Iowa banks also received loans: Chariton State Savings bank, ?94,587.69; First National Bank of Clearfield (receiver) 520,000; First National Bank of Council Bluffs (conservator) S21,- 000; First National Bank of Dougherty (receiver) 514.000; First National Bank of Eldora (receiver) $25,000; First National Bank of George (receiver) 540,000; First National Bank of Lorimer (receiver) 560,000; State Trust and Savings Bank of Mount Pleasant (receiver) 540.000; Mahaska County State Bank of Oskaloosa ?23,000; First National Bank of Rockwell (receiver) 517,000; Citizens National Bank of Winterset (conservator) 566,000. An 58,000,000 loan was authorized for the federal land bank of Omaha, and the Regional Agricultural Credit corporation of Sioux City received authority for-loans of $1,288,980.61. ?r r'"7 ."'·; -·-' Don't Overlook This 1/aiuiL HAYFIELD, May 4.--The Rev. W. B. Milne of Clear Lake will deliver the address to graduates of Hayfield high school May 23. The commencement sermon will be given May 20. Alyce Rokos and Rudolph Urich will receive diplomas. Included in the high school faculty are Lloyd Craft, superintendent; Mrs. Lloyd Craft, principal, and Alvie Sarchett. Thomas T. Blank is president of the school board, which includes C. M. Lackore, Charles Holecek, Harry Horecka and George Bitter. SWALEDALE, May 4--Swaledale high school commencement exercises will be held May 24. The commencement speaker, C. H. Plattenburg. is from Clear Lake. The commencement sermon. May 20, will be given by Father O'Hagan of Rockwell. Members of the school board are Marinus Fetersen, president; F. I. Ward, A . Von der Linde, R. C. Taylor and H. C. Pahus. On the high, school faculty are D. C. Henn, superintendent; Grace Marie Colloton, Dorothy Blanchard and Ronald Bain. The graduating class is composed of Marjorie Eddy, Alma Fesler, Bessie Hahn, Irene Mantz, Winifred Pahus, Gayl Proctor, Victoria Ur- batch, Virginia Urbatch, Ruth Ward and Thelma Westover. Will Be Held May 23. RAKE, May 4.--At Rato high school commencement exercises will be held May 23. Prof. Stanley Oleson of Forest City will speak on "An American Dream." The commencement sermon May 20 will be given by the Rev. T. H. Benson. The valedictorian is lona Nesheim and the salutatorian Vivian Quame. On the school board are Dr. .T. E. Russ, president; Gust Johnson, John Mauss, Oscar Quame, M. J. Erdahl. The high school faculty is composed of J. W. Lindsey, superintendent; E. G. Helland, principal; Verna Brown, Helen Funnemark. Members of the graduating class are Truman Benson, Ervin Halvorson, Jennie Hovda, Laurence Matheson, Lila Nelson. lone Neshiem, Pearl Pederson, Clarence Olson, LeRoy Quame, Vivian Quame. Will Hear O'Brlan LEDYARD, May 4.--R. E. Brian, president of Morningside college, Sioux City, will give the com mencement address at Ledyard high school May 17. The Rev. Mr. Johnson of Lakota, pastor of the Methodist church, will deliver the commencement sermon May 13. : Diplomas will .be given to Ale- ; athia-. -Brack, -Kenneth Thompson Lillian Sanders, James Logan, Anna Jones, Adah Telkamp. Idah Telkamp, Tilmer Halverson Roland Smith, Alice Loge, Malinda Goetz, Freda Schadendorf, Alvin Depping, Esther Green. Members of the school board are George Moulton, president; Leon Warden, Lew Junkermier, Jim Lloyd, Jim Welfare, Dave Carpenter, secretary. On the high school faculty: A. E. Lauritzen, superintendent; Miss M. Stranahan, sponsor of class; Mr. Granner, Miss Kelly and Mr. Barrett, principal. THE REV. W. B. MILNE at the district meeting of Iowa Chi opractors in Waverly. He will dis usa the chemistry of aluminum poi oning and its effect on health. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Dunkel o Mayfield, Wis., are guests of Mr and Mrs. Paul Auringer. Mr. Duoke vas formerly instructor in mauua .raining in the high school. A. R. Hutchinson, federal cod administrator, met with the paint ng contractors in the city hall Wed nesday evening when a code wa adopted. A. W. Freeburg was elect ed president; George Messersmith vice president and F. V.. Kreitz, sec retary. George Brada has removed hi jarage from Water street to th ulace formerly occupied by Roo Brothers, 'corner of Wisconsin an Clark streets. Minnesota Tested SCREEN PAINT We honestly believe this to be one of the finest screen paints for sale in Mason City--with it you can paint more screens per quart, and it "wears like iron!" Our regular 49c Grade SATURDAY ONLY--qt. .. MATE LINES TO CARRY MAIL ftne Air Companies Receive First Contracts From Postotfice. WASHINGTON. May 4. (.11--The irmail, untouched by private hands or nearly three months, will go out the ships of nine commercial ompanies over routes totaling 16,97 miles within 30 days. The nine companies held today he first contracts awarded by the jostoffice department in its move o return flying of the airmail to rivate operators. Fifteen temporary contracts, each for 90 days were awarded. Five of the lines formerly held airmail contracts, four are newcomers. Simultaneously postal officials sent out a call late yesterday for ids on 10 new routes to be opencc Hay 25, along with new offers 01 .wo routes for which proposals were rejected. Postmaster General Farley sale :he routes now outlined and those "or whicu new bids will be obtainec May 25 would bring the airmai lleage network to 28,548. When Mrs. Legel Speaker. CHARLES CITY, May 4.--Tl: regular meeting of Chapter C; P. E. O.. will be held tonight in th clubroom of the Hildreth hote Mrs. J. G. Legel will talk on "low Birds." The hostesses will be Mr G. M. Wodtke, Mrs. Florence Kelle Misses Gretchen and Eleanor Clar and Lorianne Buckman. he old contracts were canceled, :0,248 miles were being flown. He estimated the cost of the en- argcd network at $9.000,000 a year, js compared with ?19,404,980 in the 933 fiscal year and the 514.000,- lOO appropriated for the 1934 fiscal period. in the Handbook of American Genealogy recently issued by tin; American Institute of Genealogy. Mrs. Uwclle first became interested actively in this line of work in 19UU when she was appointed organizing regent for the purpose of organizing Helen Hinman Dwelle chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Northwood. Krtiirn From Texas. FKICDBHJCKdBURG -- Mr. and Mrs. L. !·'. Kammeyer returned from several months' visit with relatives at MeAllen. Tex. Mrs. Dwelle, Northwood, Has Sketch in Handbook NORTHWOOD, May 4.--Mrs. C. H. Dwelle has been honored by having a sketch of her genealogical research work in compiling the records of the Dwelle family included in the list of the active genealogical researchers in the United States Lucky Woman Finds Relief from Torture of Neuritis Pain Neuritis sufferers arc certainly happy over their discovery of Nurito- Now they have found a prescription that quicWy relieves the agonizing pain of rhcumatisn. sciatica, lumbago, neuralgia or neuritis and torturing muscular aches and pains. This formula, developed by an eminent specialist--works like a charm, fast and powerful, but harmless, no opiates or narcotics. By all means make a trial of this prescription that cases the pain and makes sufferers grateful. If Nurito doesn't relieve the worst pain with two or three doses, your money will be refunded. Nurito is guaranteed at all drug stores. Try it today. NURITO for NEURITIS Pain Field's Will Save You Money KOSES, 4 for . . 98c RED BARBERRY 9c SPIREA V. H. . , 9c PEONIES, 4 for 25c CONCORD GRAPES . lOc FRUIT TREES. 3 for $1 HARDY SHRUBS, \vctl rooted . . . . . . 23c WORK HARNESS Brown and black. High quality leather. Money-saving prices. CABBAGE PLANTS, 8 for 25c PANS1ES, dozen 39c BERRY BOXES, 10 do7.on for · . . . , $1.20 Celery 1'lunts, Pepper Plants, Snapdragons, early ' and latti Cabbage and Tomato 'Wants. GARDEN SEEDS Bulk and packages at . . . . . . that grow. 5c LAWN GRASS SEED The right mixture of seed in shaker-top box. Will give you n luxurious Inwn. 3 5 Yi ounces seed f or . Apples. Cherries, Flums, HENRY FIELD SEED STORE 514 South Federal Ave. Fhonc 370 Mason City, lowii Father Is EuHed. CHARLES CITY, May 4.--The Rev. and Mrs. Wesley Belling were called to La Crosse, Wis., by the illness Of Mr. Selling's father, William Belling, who died yesterday. Funeral, services were · to be held there, to-day. Mn. Belling, was, .past 90" years of age and had been failing for some time. Charles CityNews 39 Wall Papers! 50 Delightful New Patterns Just Arrived! All new 1934 spring- stock! Heavy papers that you I would expect to pay much more for . . . priced "f ^ 1 to conform with our low overhead, single roll » *· I SEE US FOR | j Floyd County Students Will Be in Music Fest CHARLES CITY, May 4.--The econd Floyd county music festival ·21 be held in Charles City May 14. .ockford, Colwell, . Nora Springs, Floyd, Marble Rock and Charles City schools will. be represented. The fifth and sixth grade children rill appear on the afternoon pro- Tarn on Lion field and high school tudents will take part on the evening program in the high school auditorium. The Lion field program includes: Concert by the Charles City high chool band, rural chorus, songs by different schools, combined girls' ·lee clubs, combined boys' glee clubs, and massed chorus. In the high school auditorium in the evening will be special events, massed ands. The first county festival of this nature was held in Rockford last rear. Our feature this week-end--Minnesota Cosmopolitan House Paint--A real good value. Special, per gallon MR. GEORGE SCHEEF Formerly of the Mason City Paint Co. has had years of experience with paints and wallpapers, and will be glad to help you when you redecorate. He welcomes all his former friends and customers at this new location. You're always welcome at Mason City's newest and finest Paint and Wall Paper store. R.S. SHEPHERD PAINT and WALL PAPER FIRST STOKE REAR OF RAY SENEY JEWELRY STORE AT 'O. 3 COMMERCIAL AVE. Tipton Dentist Has Musical Chair to Entertain Patient CEDAR RAPIDS, May 4. UP)-Have a little music while the doctors fills your cavities. That, said Dr. G. K. Dice of Tipton, describing his musical dental chair before the Iowa State Dental convention here, is one of the innovations of "painless" dentistry. Dr. Dice had a radio head set attached to the dental chair. When 'the patient lies hack, the music begins, and within easy reach of the patient's hand is a button to stop the dentist's drill if desired. Aside from the psychology of it, the music sets up a vibration in the mastoid bone so that the patient feels much less of the vibration of the drill, Dr. Dice explained. 3oard Grants 2 Groups Use of School Building CHARLES CITY, May 4.--The school board gave .use of the old Central school building to the Ministerial asociation for a community church school in June. Permission was also given to the Floyd county Farm Bureau to use a basement room for an occasional project meeting. It was decided organizations renting the high school auditorium will be charged a standard rental whether a free will offering is taken or admission charged. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, May 4.--Mrs. A. E. Regel, Mrs. Harry Clark and Mrs. Clark Gormley motored to Sioux City yesterday to attend the convention of the A. A. U. W. They were accompanied by Mrs. Lydia Kern and Mrs. L. H. Henry who will visit friends. The Rev. and Mrs. R. H. Colli5 returned from Dea Moines where Mr. Collis spoke at the institute of Methodist pastors held under the auspices of the board of home missions. Dr. J. W. Hoycr will speak today /fe-Roofin 9 The "RED CEDAR METHOD." The new Red Cedar Shingles are laid right over the old roof. Old roof does not show. Cuts down heat losses. Makes upstairs cozy and warm in coldest weather; keeps the house cool in summer. Avoids cost of removing old roof and litter of old shingles. Thousands doing it. Entirely practical. Call or write for descriptive circulars. FULLERTON LUMBER CO. FRAJVK MELIUS, MANAGER 15 Fourth Street S. \V. WE'RE READY TO OPEN HUNDREDS OF NEW ACCOUNTS FREE COAT FOR A LIMITED TIME we will give away FREE a pair of men's shoes. A LADIES'Silk Dress or Smart Spring Coat with any purchase of $20 or more. No red tape. Simply make your small down payment, on the clothes you select and the Free gift is yours. FREE DRESS Your Credit is good here. USE IT. FACTORY NEW LOWER TERMS . . . AS LITTLE AS 17 C DOWN! As little as 17c down, opens your account! AMAZING DRESS VALUES All the new style successes, Flat Crepes, Prints, Washables new necklines and trim effects. 2 for 1 ?? LADIES' WASH DRESSES Linene--Percales--Tub Silks and many others. Our greatest value of the season. 198 EASY TERMS M E N ' S F I N E S U I T S All the new shades and styles. Hard finished Worsteds, Tweeds --new Bi-swing modelsl EASY TERMS LADIES' GOAT SALE Lovely fitting coats in the new woolens. Fashions you'll adore. Values you'll rave about. EASY TERMS EASY TERMS FINAL CLEARANCE! TOPCOATS Come early for these r e c o r d Topcoat Values. All models to fit every figure. LADIES' SWAGGER SUITS Specially priced. Excitingly new patterns featuring the new woolens for Spring. Great values on extra easy terms. ON CREDIT EASr TERMS EASY TERMS ON CREDIT J O R P A N S · FIELDS · 112 SOUTH FEDERAL AVEtitJE t

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