The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 2, 1931 · Page 4
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1931
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«sS!sHSsaaajiB^^ Legion, Auxiliary at .Jitbrilsa Will Present ·'.,, Benefit for Boy Scouts ".'. T1TONKA, April 2.--The local Legion and auxiliary will sponsor a basket social, proceeds of the sale of which will be turned over to the Boy Scout fund, at 8:30 o'clock Monday evening. Preceding the sale of baskets, the auxiliary will put on a short program consisting of musical numbers and readings, while the Legion will give a short program on the anniversary of the entrance of the United States into the World war, with Commander Petersen leading in the renewal'of the pledge of allegiance to the flag, following which Guido Sartor, scoutmaste- wlll explain the ideals and objects of the Boy Scouts. Buried in Fort,Dodge. CLARION, April 2.--Dan W. Tennant-who died at his'home in Chicago Sunday and was Tuesday ·aftetuoon buried at Otho cemetery near Fort Dodge, was a brother of Roy Tennant of Clarion and lived there 10 years. MASON CITY GlABK-tf EMPTY DESKS RECALL TRAGEDY Travel By Train It Costs Less BARGAIN FARES TO MANY PLACES Twvet by train . . . ft coats lesi M . and It a much more comfortable, enty o( room lo ftroll about . . . to read or to int.., plenty of room lot yonr wraps and lug gage. Bound Trip TVeek-Enu Fares Travel In Comfortable Coaches Austin, Minn. . . $1.05 Minneapolis, Minn. 3.60 St. Pan), Minn/. . 3.5O Ft. Dodge . . . 1.85 Omaha, Neb. . . 6.00 One Way Coach Fares Dally Arizona. . . . . ) _ . _ ... California . . . . [ 9*7.40 Low Round Trip Fares DaHy Tickets eood In Pullmam, bertha extra lt3 Angeles . . ) San Diego . . . J. $127.84 San Francises. . ) On yoor next trip confer wlA your nnreatGreutWestern agent. Hecon save you money no matter where you want to eo. J. H. McWaler». Genl Agent ' C. G. W. Sratlon.hfason City, la. ^ Phone JOS ajs . Fivo empty desks in the Pleasant Hill schoolhouse, top, near Tovraer, Colo., are poignant reminders of the tragic death which overtook five pupUs when the school bus in which 20 children were tryinff to reach their homes, became stuck in snoiv drifts. Photo below shows men searching snow for the body of Carl Miller, the driver, who went in. search of help after he had watched his smaU daughter die Hte T^JLT * hr f m , lles lrom the bus - S0 h TM*» after he had i e f i I Xho schoolhouse not only was surrounded by drifts, but snow seeped thru crevices and piled nearly as high as the ceiling in some places. Car Burned at Nashua. NASHUA, April 2. -- A Cadilac car belonging to Duncan McCuHoch farmer east of Nashua, was burnea when he was pulling it with a truck to get it started. The fire started near the carbeuretor and sprea' rapidly. He carried no insurance. Henri Matisse, French paintex 1 , returned, recently, from the South Sea Islands. Aslied what the natives there do for a living he is said to iiave replied: "They sell copra, and Cohort Louis Stevenson's inkwell."-Kansas City Star. YOU REALLY MUST HAVE A FOX SCARF AT ST. JOHN'S Episcopal Church to Have Three Hour Devotional; Four Easter Sessions. Four services will be held at the ;. John's Episcopal church-Easter Sunday, the Rev. Robert Morgan Kedenbaugh announces. These will take place at 6:30, 8, 9:45 and 11 o clock. Preceding the 11 o'clock services there will be a 15 minute recital on the church organ by Ruth Gough Patten, who will play "Easter Joy " oy Lerman; "Evensong," by Johnston, and "Adoration," by Bor- owsliy. The special introit will be Christ Our Passover," SchilHhg, while the sequence anthem will be Palestrina's "The Strife Is O'er." The offertory anthem will be Han- dei's "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth." Maunder's Communion service will be used. The annual Easter offering of the church will be taken at the 11 .o'clock service. The Acolyte guild will wear new vestments, recently received from England, for the first time. A number of new memorials have been placed in the church in the past week. These include a sanctuary curtain and a pulpit light. Good Friday will be observed with a three hour service continuing from 12 o'clock noon, until 3 o'clock in the afternoon. The general theme will be a memorial of the Seven Last Words of Christ on the Cross. The service will consist of addresses and devotionals. Those unable to remain tliruout the service may come and leave as they can. Artificial Sunlight to Shine in Building NEW YORK, April 2. (/P)--A 40 story windowiess building is planned by Earl Carroll, showman, to house 10 restaurants, each of a different national flavor. He intends to install Indirect artificial sunlight; also moonlight. FOR EASTER TXTB take special pride in our furs, "" and you're sure to love their lustrous, rich beauty. They're exceptionally large, full skins-- and it will be wise to make your choice rfeht now. ° These Are Worth s Mnch More Than Our law Prices FUR JACKETS All Shades -- All Styles $35 and up 221 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. Globe-Gazette Offers Readers Booklet on GARDENS Garden-making time is at hand. Whether you are an old- timer or are planning your first effort at providing fresh, succulent home-grown vegetables for your table, intelligent advice will bo helpful, and for 4 cents you can get the beat that all the federal government experts have to offer in this line. ' .Preparation of soil, tools, seeds, planting zones, general care of garden, and crop selection are all discussed authoritatively in Uncle Sam's GARDEN booklet which may be procured from the Washington bureau of the Globe-Gazette for the cost of postage and handling. Fill out and send In this coupon BEFORE YOU FORGET ABOUT IT. Tho Globe-Gazette Information Bureau, Frederic 3. Raskin, Director, Washington, D. C. I inclose herewith 4 cents in coin or atnmns for a copy of tlie GARDEN BOOKLET. Name Street City . . Slate . "LIBERTY" SOLD TO MACFADDEN McCormick and Patterson Acquire Tabloid Daily inDetrbit. NEW YORK, April 2. (^--Liberty, Colonel JRobert .R, McCormick's and Captain Medill Patterson's venture-into the weekly magazine publishing field has become the property of MacFadden Publications, Inc., and 'the MacFadden Tabloid daily in Detroit, Mich., has been acquired by McCormick and Patterson. · . . ' · . The dea!, announced last night, adds one more magazine to the MacFadden group which was started in 1898 with - "Physical Culture." By the acquisition of "Liberty," Mac- Faddeu. publications will have a yearly circulation of 140,000,000 copies, second only to the circulation of. Curtis Publishing company magazines. -,- :.. . No : change - in editorial policy of "Liberty" is contemplated, it was announced. The sum involved was not made public. ' Bernarr MacFadden,' head of the publications group bearing his name, . established the "Detroit Daily" in .June 1929. Its latest circulation figures, show 69,066 daily. Frank Carson, day city editor of the New. York Daily News, will become managing editor of the Detroit Daily. No change in personnel of "Liberty" or the Detroit Daily is contemplated, so far as could be learned today. "Liberty" was established six years ago. MARCH SETS LOW ON COLLECTIONS Income Tax Revenue Lowest During That Month for Recent Years. WASHINGTON, April 2. UP--Income tax collections for March .were the lowest for that mpnth in recent years,' totaling $334,830,214 as compared to ?559,503,T03 ~ ic March of last year. The treasury' statement showing the total collections for the month reported that for the first nine months of the fiscal year income tax collections had amounted -to $1,505,261,238 as compared wilh $1,812,137,844 in the same period of last year. Not more than S350- 000,000 is expected from this source m · the last quarter which would bring the total income tax tor the year to $1,856,000,000 as compared with $2,410,986,977, in 1930. Other revenue kept pace with the decline in income taxes. The indication was that the government would end the year next with a deficit of 5700,000,000 or more. Increasing expenditures, which for nine months amounted to $3 128,540,319 as compared to $2,932,209,145 last year, indicated the government would have to raise funds thru substantial security sales. It sold 51,500,000,000 of bonds and certificates of indebtedness on March 16 and 5100,000,000 of treasury bills this week. The demand of the veterans bureau for more money to-meet loans to veterans than had been expected would make it necessary for. ths' treasury to raise another $100,000000 before April 11. . :' ·,:. · : Frederjcksburg Infant Buried. FREDERICKSBURG, April 2.-Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon for the baby of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Griesert. The baby lived only a few hours. The Rev. Otto C. Burr of the Lutheran church officiated and burial was made in Rosa Hill cemetery. 1 Jii S C R E E N M I R R O R Tha Magazine From H O L L Y W O O D hltkul,* W«f, · i| R.p» trti « M _ Write or Wire Immediately ' Stimer Blvd.. Hollywood. C»lif. Will Stoop JVou? /or These Greatest Value® in Yc Improved CualUy -- Smarter Style Every Smart Fashion in COATS at a thrifit price Crepey woolens aniJ mono-* tone and flecked tweeds . . . scarf Collars of' fur, silk or self fabric, revers, interesting 1 cuffs and the semi-fitted belted silhouette . . . .in skipper blue, beige and the very smart black .with white'.''. . never before have you been able to buy .coats like these for so little J SILK DRESSES "Betty Co-Ed" Straws for girls in their teens The most fascinating of? the season's hat fashions have been adapted by "Betty Co-Ed" for younger fashionables. The de-i lightful "Watteau' brim hat.... close-fitting turban models . . . new roug-h straws new smooth.' straws ; . . all^'in gay youthful colors ... and so low-priced 1 * t _ _. refreshing colors and gay prints on light and dark grounds $4.98 to $9.90 These 'dresses are typical o£ die color, the gaiety that is in all fashions this Spring.., and the assortment so varied chat you will find almost any type of dress you need. Suits, jacket dresses and two-piece effects, luscious new solid colors, flowered chiffons and Sunday night dresses with adorable jackets. The price, as usual, is low I FOOTWEAR with charming styles at only "Adele" An extremely attractive strap which you will *-~,~, wearing. Note the reptile grain . . . which shows you how inexpensive shoe- smartness is . . . if you shop berel Come in today.-to. see these pretty stylesl "Betty' The drrcr perforations and the brown calf lacing make this model as smart as can be! $2.98 "Janet" fL smsrt tTrtfira'i' designed cspo* colly for the growing giri. The : u brown snake grain. $2.98 Sea Sand Kid A dainty summer slipper for little girls. Trimmed with t mauve beige [trap. Sizes B'A to n/2, Outstanding Value Patent leather with Wact-aoJ. grain trim. Doable sole, $3.39 Sizes Sizes to to 8 L69 JC PENNEY GO. £ P A R T M E M T iO-24 SOuTH FriDEhy.L, AVU. t S T O R E MASON CITY, tOWA

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