Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 31, 1931 · Page 18
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 31, 1931
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.85; slaughter "ptgs"'ioo-130 T Ibs/1 J ^Communion Services $j$ at Bethlehem Church This Week Cancelled The, Rev. C.: A.'Hinz, pastor 'of a the Bethlehem Lutheran church i called to .Wood Lake, Minn:, by th illness and death of his mother.'an- jnourices that no communion services iJwill be held in his congregation Thursday and Friday evenings, as ^5 announced Sunday. . The Rev. Mr however, plans to return to iin T Easter service next Sun- sasaw County Farmers Visit South £ St. Paul Stockyards I ST. PAUL, March 31 UP)--Two ^hundred Iowa farmers, headed by k Hunt, Chickasaw county )v _ 1 Bureau agent, and C. W. Bow- jynan of the Iowa State college exten- JiSion .service, visited the south St _-jo KwPaiil stockyards today on a tour "7.f iWsnonsdred by the Chickasaw county i Bureau. isi«"« WON SECOND PLACE \!i'ed lj Halvor Cqmstock, Clear Lake, T"jyear.tag.winner of second place in the -rison Taritone contest at the high school VJ of tlatiirday instead of Clifford Vik, as -/Cctedj^eviously announced. The entry L iIank listed Clifford Vik as the con- I ,, ..JVjo From Sioux Falls, f.^ BANCROFT -- Mrs.' Margaret **·--» and Clara Eng of Sioux Falls, Dak., are visiting- at the Al ,'50 : 80 ACRES WANTED Have foi % exchange a large "10 room house, full basement, city heat, excellent location, corner 2nd street and Penn. ave., 99 ft. frontage. :/ '. CALL ECK ROS Phone 134 ilea Daly Epigrams! Fast Wends should be slow ' to/ disagree, WJ-DlLYCc HKATIN0 tides; bne^ to admittance to concerts in any other citjr where the plan is in:.operation, providing- of course that the local au'dience does not occupy- the capacity of ; the hall, Mr .Cost pointed but.'Nearby cities.that will have civic music: next-;winter are St Paul, Rochester, Mankato Red Wing and various others ir Iowa, besides many more distant cities like St Louis, St. Joseph, Toledo, Indianapolis and a host of others^ ., ' . . Membership dues are ?5 for adults and the junior'membership has this year been reduced to $2.50, entitling the member to all concerts without extra cost. This is far below the average of what one .would have to pay for an individual recital in a metropolitan center, it was pointed out Headquarters are in the Hotel Hanford at 306 North: Federal avenue. Phone 3798. Charles McCormick, Former Resident, Dies Word was received here this morning by Mr., and Mrs. Frank Rice, 824 Connecticut avenue southeast, of the death of their son-in- law, Charles McCormick at Los Angeles. Death was caused by pneumonia. . · . Funeral services will be held thete Thursday morning but further arrangements have not been. received here. - ·· 'Mr: and Mrs. HcCormick visited here two years ago. Prior to making their home in: Los Angeles the Mc- Cormicks lived in Mason, City for a number of years. We Will Wash or Grease Your Car for 99c Cars called for and delivered without charge. This is the regular Sl.SO wash! S. R. CHEVROLET CO. First and Washington S. VV. IT IS- economically Wrong to impede irogress because of lack of funds. Our organization is always prepared to advance money for any worthy purpose. SERVIcl Confsnission Appraises Va!life; Owners Have Privilege of Appeal. Condemnation of property needed to construct the five mile stretch of'highway necessary to eliminate the corners near Rockwell was started at 11 o'clock Tuesday by members of the condemnation commission. Deputy Sheriff Ralph Schiffman represented tiae sheriff at tho proceedings. The condemnation commission which consists of six men appointed by the state attorney general-will condemn the requisite property and will appraise its value. : Property owners whose land is condemned have the'opportunity of appealing the decision of the commission to -the district court and finally to the state supreme court. ·Among property to be used in the construction of the road is the city dump of Rockwell and a portion'of the school ground of Bath township. Because of the number of fata! accidents at the corner southwest of Rockwell, it ; has become known in the neighborhood as death, corner. KIWANIANS IN SAFETY DRIVE Attempt Being Made to Reduce Number of Fatalities. A safety campaign to decrease the number of fatalities due to automobile. accidents in the United States and Canada, is soon to get underway with 98,000 Kiwanians in aoth countries working to elimin- ite death hazards and to enforce traffic regulations. .Guy .Guernsey, Chicago, and Dr. William F. Roberts, St. John, N. B, Canada, chairman of the public af: airs committees in both countries for Kiwanls International, will direct the campaign. "There will be 36,000 motor vehicle deaths in the U. S. in 1931. if something isn't immediately, 1 ' declares Mr. Guernsey. "During each IS minutes of every day some person meets his death due to the automobile! And the death rate is ncreasing rapidly! There were 32,00 people killed in 1930. And five thousand more people were killed in 1930 than in the year previous." "There are' no two provinces in Canada, andprobably no two states D the U. S. that have the same egislation governing the automo- )ile and Its locomotion," says De. loberts, the Canadian. "Motor ve- iicle traffic has become a universal problem and there is a need of a uniformity of laws for protection and decrease in accidents and deaths." More than. 1,870 Kiwanis clubs ire to'study traffic codeg and inspect regulations, urge adequate examinations for drivers' licenses, develop save-a-life propaganda erect danger and warning signs, and do other safety work in their oomm'-iitiea during 1931. Second, street northwest! at the alley cast of the P. G. ana E. building Monday'evening., The .-sedan driven by Potter was coming out of the alley and Bab cock was driving east in a coupe.. , | COMPLETE CAR \ WASH :\ 99c No extra charge for wife wheels or any size car -- the busiest place in Mason City. RITE-A-WAY CAB WASH 210 North Commercial Ave. PHONE SuSS-W INSURE YOUR CHILDREN There is .a, Gift which almost every man may give hia boy or girl . . . a Gift that increases in value as the years "go by, and is as good as stocks or bonds, and it inculcates the invaluable characteristic of thrift. That Gift is a Life Insurance policy in the" New England Mutual. A policy on the life of a boy or girl of 9% to 20 years requires only a very small savings each year . . . and the policy can be matured in his, or her, prime,'and when the money will be used to purchase a home or for the education of another generation. Moreover, if the insured dies,, the face amount of the policy Is paid immediately. Many varieties of policies are suitable for a youth, all guarantee future help, and, unlike almost any other investment, none can go wrong. Ralph Fischbeck will be glad to tell you about insurance on your children. Phone him at 995. DR. H. K. JONES DENTIST Makes Dentures (Plates) as low as, .. per plate ...... . . EXTRACTIONS X-RAY SERVICE DR. H. K. JONES N. FEDERAL PHONE 325 PHONE ? V 10 9 i, C °^ lac ^ e , r Paint job on the new, Ford is more thatipamt applied to metal. In keeping- with quality construction the Ford Motor Co. Bonderize all metal before paint la applied flSil »^T qU f " y ^V nder the P^' whi * Preserve! the finish prevents rust and keeps the appearance of the car new and attractive. Bonderite holds paint to steel. I n addition all exposed bolts, nuts, washers and small metal parts receive the process of Parkerizing-, an effective rust-resistant 'process. This eliminates rust frozen bolts and corrosion. If you havent inspected the cutaway exhibit in our showrpom do so. Learn what is on the inside, then make your own comparisons. No manufacturer,but Ford can build such a quality car at such a low price. --CLARENCE' SCHUKEI . BIG PANCE Clear Lake Golf and Country Club Music By RAY KEYES AND HIS BAND Thursday, April 2 I Thank You! s Naturally, I am much pleased "with the results of the election. I wish to thank the citizens of .Mason City who thus evidenced their faith in the city manager plan of government and the accomplishments of the city council for the past 4 years. Especially, do I appreciate the interest of the women of the city. As one of your councilmen-elect, I am reminding you that the future success of this administration depends almost entirely on your co-operation and support. I pleaded with you to give us that, regardless of how you voted. If Mason City is. to continue to become a better city in which to live, to rear our children and to do business, our personal prejudices and our selfish interests must be put.aside, and we, her -people, work shoulder to shoulder, for the common good of all classes, all races and all creeds. To this task, I pledge myself unqualifiedly, within the limit of my capacity. Sincerely, Herman M. Knudson brand ··f^o-.^i- L 3 B « A .. R , Brothers" s ^Hfr'iife largest selling and most popular brands. CIGAR STORES in the HOTEL HANFORD Mason City, Iowa LET EXPERT SERVICE END YOUR FOOT PAINS Instant relief and comfort from foot troubles of every nature will be demonstrated at our Store Laird Shoe Co. on April 2, 1931 when our regular Foot Comfort Expert, working in cooperation with a representative direct from the personal staff of Dr. Wm. M. Scholl, will explain the newest scientific methods of correction and comfort developed by this noted foot authprity.' Your stockinged feet will be tested by the Peda- g raphic method, revealing the exact nature and extent of die trouble that is causing pain and suffering. Then the correct method for restoring the feet to normal will be explained and demonstrated.^ No charge is made for this valuable service ;r.d yog are under no obligation to bu. |" TO PHYSICIANS: I You are invited to refer or bring your foot troubled I patienls to our Store during this Demonstration. The I latest methods developed by Win. M. Schoil, M.D., ^ will be fully explained. LAIRD SHOE CO 14 EAST STATE WHERE SHOES ARE HEALLY FITTED .'·V « --

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