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March 18, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 18 · 1937 FIRST SAFETY COUNCIL FLAG TO BE HOISTED IN IOWA MARSHALLTOWN PLANS PROGRAM Pennant to Be Flown at ;;,;Half Staff When Gar Accident Occurs. · MAHSHALLTOWN--The .' first official ceremony to mark the raising of the National Safety Council Hag will be held at Marshalltown March 27. No other similar event has taken place in the United States but so enthusiastic are officials of the National Safety council over the idea that it is quite likely the plan will be adopted as a part of the council's national program of education. : According to Lloyd Edson, president of the Marshall county safety council, originator of the idea, the national safety banner will be hoisted on a white and blue steel flagpole as the concluding evert ol a day marked by the presence of Gov. N. G. Kraschel and his official staff, a large part'of the state highway patrol and its chief, John Hattery, officials of the safety council headquarters at Chicago and others:. . · .The raising of the pennant will mark the beginning of a campaign to impress upon the general public the necessity for care in'oper- ating : motor vehicles. Each time an auto accident occurs the safety flag will be flown at half staff for 24 hours. Whenever an auto accident is the cause of a fatality, the flag will be flown at half staff for 24 hours while above it on the flag pole;will fly a black flag. Zack and Graven Are , Speakers afcGarner GARNER -- The Garner Lions club, held its regular noonday l u n c h e o n Wednesday. Guest speakers were Raymond Zack, district engineer for the Iowa highway commission! Mason City, and Judge Henry C. Graven who is presiding in district court ~here. Mr. Zack talked on "Farm to Market Roads," federal aid for highways, and road bills now pending before the house. Judge Graven, who" was a special guest of the club, spoke highly of his impressions of Garner, of its fine creamery, schools and wide streets Both were introduced by Charles F. Merten. County Auditor Fred C. Missal is president of the club. The . Catholic Daughters of America served the luncheon in its dining room; i ,. Seek Man Who Broke ^' Jail at Webster City -WEBSTER CITY, (£)--Hamilton county officers sought C. Manford Devault, alias C. M. Davis, who escaped from jail here Tuesday night. ' Devault's jail break was the second one here within a month, the sheriff's office reported. Officers said he was the only one of eight prisoners in jail to flee. Officers said,Devault had served six months of a year's sentence for, obtaining money under false pretenses. ···:'. · Visited for One Week. DOUGHERTY -- Mr. and Mrs. John Conway and children, Margaret and Edmund, returned after a : week's ' visit with relatives at Emmetsburg. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in ' , North Iowa.and Southern Minnesota Mrs. Cerney Speaks. NEW HAMPTON--Mrs. F. R. Lyford was elected chairman of the Chickasaw county Federated Women's club at the conference at Fredericksburg. She succeeds Mrs. P. E. Stuart of Nashua. Mrs. Alva Griffith o£ New Hampton was elected secretary. Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney o£ Mason City fourth district director was the guest speaker. Fifty women from Nashua, Fredericksburg, Hawkeye and New Hampton were present, Evans Re-elected President. ST--G. A. Evans, re- r- « ' elected member of the school r . e - eected 'P l :f sl *ent 9 Monday evening. """*"*· '*** Union Services March 26. ACKLEY-^--Services of unique arransement have been completed fnr rnnrl h «M « *H church in cnurcn in v- 9R E. Coe, the Rev. Ernest Seybold, the Rev. F. W. Wendland and the Hev. J. J. Brittell of the First Presbyterian church. Visitor From Indiana. KENSETT -- Donald Boutelle, who is employed in South Bend, Ind., arrived home Monday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs."Ray Boutelle. From Sioux City. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Philips and son, Douglas, of Sioux City visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Philips' mother, Mrs. Thpr Johnson. Mrs. Gertrude Milnes returned to their home with them for a two weeks visit. Former Residents Visitors. ROCKWELL -- Mr. and Mrs. August Boldt and son, Dean, spent the week end at the Frank Kirk home. They are former residents o£ this neighborhood and Saturday evening all the old neighbors dropped in and surprised them. In 500,- first prize went to Mrs. R. Dawson and O. E. Mullen and consolation to August Boldt and Mary Yanoski. Visitors From Staples. SEXTON--Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Opheim and baby son came Sunday evening from Staples, Minn., for a week's visit with Mrs. Opheim's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise and family and other relatives near here. Mr. and Mrs. Opheim moved to Staples-last November where Mr. Opheim is farming with his father. Return From Visit. S WALED ALE -- Mr and Mis Hem-y Krause returned ..from" several days' visit at the home of her rriother, Mr. and -Mrs! John Schon- riorst in Alamon, the latter re- lurning with them for a visit with :ier sons, Adolph and Gus Von der Linde. Leave For South Dakota. BUFFALO CENTER--The- Rev. and Mrs. Boomgarden left Mon. day for Davis, S. Dak., to spend T few days with relatives. On Leave From Navy. "MANLY -- Frank Cunningham, :on of Mrs. Loren Parker, is home on his 10 day leave from United States naval training station at San Diego, Cal. Elected High Priestess. HANLONTOWN --Friends here re.ceived word from-Mrs. Albert Qualley of Creston, formerly Cleoria Deitrich of Hahlontown, that she has been elected worthy high priestess of the White Shrine lodge of Creston. Now Only a Penny a Tablet for Fast H E A D A C H E R E L I E F Get Quick-Dissolving Bayer Aspirin Now Without Thought of Price IN 2 SECONDS BY STOP WATCH A Genuine Bayer Tablet. Starts to Disintegrate and Go to Work Drop a Bayer Aspirin tablet into a glass ot water. . · By the time it hits the bottom of tho glass it is diBtate. grating. Genuine BAYER Aspirin tablets start "taking hold" ot pain a few minutes after taking. What happens in these Glasses happens in your Stomach You can now get Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN for virtually It a tablet at any drug store. Note the new package bclon-. Two full dozen, in a fiut pocket tin, for 25?'. Try this new package. Enjoy the quick action and known quality of the real Bayer article now without thought of price. Do this especially if you want the means of quick relief from a bad headache, neuritis or neuralgia pains. Remember, BAYER ASPIRIN works fast. For BAYER'tab- lets dissolve or disintegrate almost instantly you take them. (Note illustration above.) Hence arc ready to go to work almost instantly. Millions '5f people know this about genuine BAYER ASPIRIN. And ask for it by its full name -not by the name "aspirin" alone when they buy. Get it next time you n'ant quick -relief -- you'll be surprised at how fast it works. Only 15f? a dozen -- two full dozen for a quarter, anywhere in the United States. IBAYERl Ib FOR A DOZEN 2 FULL DOZEN FOR 25c Virtually Ic a Tablet LOOK FOR THE BAYER CROSS sKnow Your State A Daily Fact About loway _ average live of hogs marketed in Iowa for 1330-31 from October to March was 231 pounds, and from April to September 248 pounds. ° - -- Former Instructor Present ALEXANDER _ Mr. and Mrs. Howard Berry of Fonda attended the musical program at the school- liouse for the benefit of the. school band. Mr. Berry was band instructor here. At Rites in Winthrop. DOUGHERTY--Robert Dougherty and sister, Miss Berniece Dougherty, drove to Winthrop for. the funeral of James nd'Tuesda^ morning. · Husbands Are Entertained. ROCKWELL -- The Harmony club met at the Frank Kirk home for their follow up meeting on 3 /Ie f-l Cooking." It was an all day ~ with the women enter- dinner. women are There were 33 present. Arrives From Minneapolis. P L Y M O U T H --Dr. Bernard Urenn of Minneapolis, who has been confined in a hospital in Minneapolis'for some time suffering, from the effects of influenza, was able to come to the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. F Urenn. Taken to Sigourney. GREENE -- Mrs. Charles H. Smith, who is critically ill, was taken to Sigourney where she will be cared for in the home of Dr and Mrs. Nelson. The sisters. Visitors From Janesvillc. GREENE--Mr. and Mrs. Vern Drew and Son, John of Janesville 111., are guests of Mrs. Mae Thorpe and family and other relatives. Returns From Los Angeles. CHAPIN--Dale Barney returned to his home here after taking a six weeks' course in Diesel engineering :.n Los Angeles, Cal. Home From Hospital. CARPENTER--Orvie Severson returned from the Savre hospital, Osage, where he had been operated on for appendicitis. Go to California. POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peterson and family have gone to California and they may make their home-there. .Visit at ZeaHnff. J CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Phiipot spent Tuesday with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Holland Phiipot and baby, at Zearing. Employed in Albuquerque POPEJOY--Dorothy McElvania registered nurse, has gone to Albuquerque, N. Mex., and is employed at the Methodist hospital. Spring Vacation Starts. F O R E S T CITY--The local schools started their spring vacation Thursday evening with work to be resumed March 30, the Tuesday following Easter, according to a decision made by the school board Monday. By the act, the vacation was set ahead one week and a day from the original date. The teachers are attending the convention at Mason City beginning Thursday evening. Will Meet Tuesday. CARPENTER--The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Tuesday a l the home of Mrs. Frank Culbertson with a pot luck lunch at noon. Called to Monona. CALMAR--Mrs. Frank Marrow left Tuesday for Monona, being called there by the sickness of her sister. Are Parents of Son. ROCKWELL--Mr. and Mrs. Milton Geer are parents of a boy born Tuesday morning, the first child in this home. Will Observe Birthdays. RUDD--Mrs. Fred Pross will be 78 years old Friday, and Mr. Pross will be 77 years old April 21. Both were born in Germany, coming to America in 1884. They moved to their farm 3 miles north of Rudd in 1893 and lived there until 1920 when they moved to Rudd. Begins Practice at Wesley. WESLEY--Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson of Ememtsburg arrived in town over the week-end and he already has commenced his practice as an osteopath, using the rooms over the postoffice which have been redecorated for the purpose. They are living in rooms upstairs in the Mrs. Kate Kennedy residence, ment. Will Work in Gary. DOWS--Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schlagel and Larry, Miss Thelma Pippin and Henry Schlagel went to Gary, Ind., last Friday. Miss Opal Pippin accompanied them as far as De Calb, 111., where she visited an uncle. All returned Sunday except Peter Schlagel, who will work in the steel works plant in Gary. Mrs, Schlagel plans to join him later. Former Teacher Visitor. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Gunderson entertained as week-end guests Miss Viola Arneson oc Knierim, a former teacher here. Miss Arneson is teaching at Gowrie this year. Misses Howe, Price, and Fordyce, all faculty members were also entertained at the Gunderson home. Home From Florida. A L E X A N D E R -- M r s . Carrie Peters and daughter, Ruth, returned home from Miami, Fla., where they have been spending the past winter. T Honored on Birthday. DOWS--Mrs. E. D. Graepler celebrated her birthday Tuesday. Friends to the number of 36 gathered in to surprise her in the afternoon. An entertaining program was given, in charge of Miss - Redrr.ayne,. who led ^^"·.W.P.Selleckand: piano solo. Home From Waterloo. CIARKSVILLE--Mrs. * llxa - beth .rfiekley who has been staying among relatives and friends at Waterloo since last September, has sufficiently recovered from a year's illness,- so that she has re- Goes to DCS Molncs. Grsf T^t A ^~ M J- 3nd Mrs - Mike J^iat left Tuesday for a trip to Des Moines and Ames, Iowa Pastor From Canada FER.TILE-The Rev. Ed Erickson from Saskatchewan, Canada amvcd in Fertile and is conducting a series of revival services at me t.ospel Mission every evenintj Recent Bride Honored. POFEJOY-Mrs. Adelbert Seal gave a miscellaneous shower at her home as a courtesy "to Mrs ^ a TM sc ? R °g ei 's who was recently mairied. Play lo Be Given. MITCHELL--The Unity Junior rnti? , are . sp °4 ns 2 ring a three act comedy play to be given March 31 Visit in Oklahoma. MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Rol- f,^?u?^ mm nre Bending a week with Mr. Hamm's aunt in Oklahoma They will also visit relatives m Missouri before returning Ellcfson Rites Held. IUY, A FALLS--Funeral services were held for Carl Elefson 65 on ^"^f^u 3 "? 1 ' 110011 at 2 o'clock at p ft, * f s E P' sc °Pal church, f a t h e r Sale officiated. Mr. Ellefson, a railroad employe here for on superintendent of the local schools for the past six years was re-eiected to his position at .the board meeting Monday. Frank Segerstrom was re-elected president of the board Will Meet Thursday CRYSTAL LAKE--Mrs. D F Willis, Mrs. E. L. McFarland, Mrs' L,ehman Lloyd and Mrs. Cliff Stewart will be hostesses for the ladies aid.which will meet,Thurs~ day. afternoon in the church par' Bridge Winners Named. CRYSTAL LAKE--The Teachers Bridge club met Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose. Bernice Tanner and Marie Duesenberg were the · hostesses Favors were won by Josine Martin, high for women; Harold Hawn, high for men, and Roger Northrop, low. Taken to Hospital. STACYVJLLE-- P. A. Elliot, . . , farmer and World war veteran was taken to the Veteran's hospital at Des Moine's Tuesday for a major operation. Mr. Elliot has been in failing health for several weeks. DEGORAH6.P.W. HOLDS BANQUET Agnes Samuelson Declares Iowa Lowest in State Aid to Schools. DECORAH -- Members of the the Chamber of Commerce and their wives at a banquet Tuesday evening in the Winneshiek hotel. Miss Katherine Hutehinson, president of the club, welcomed the guests. In response. Dr. E. F. Hagen thanked the members of the B. P. W. club for the excellent banquet and program; Miss Dontie Mott presided at the banquet, introducing the various speakers. Miss Clara Bladsvedt gave a reading. Musical numbers were given by the Farm Bureau quarter, and violin solos by O. Madson. The speaker of the evening was Miss Agnes Samuelson, state superintendent of public instruction. Miss Samuelson complimented Decorah highly on its excellent educational'facilities, mentioning Luther college and the high school as exceptional institutions. She mentioned the several bills pertaining to education that will come before this session of the Iowa legislature, two of the most important measures being the bill requiring state aid for schools and TO CONSULT Miss Mary Brown complexion artist feotn the RITZ-CARLTON SIALON and to Lave her blend your own CHARLES of the Rnz the teacher's retirement bill. Miss Samuelson stated that Io\ya was second lowest of all the states in regard to state aid for schools and that her educational requirements for teachers was far below that of the majority of the states. Visits WtJi Relatives. DOUGHERTY -- Mr. and Mrs. William Jesup visited over Sunday with relatives at Iowa Falls. ' joice Shippers Show Gains for Past Year JOICE--The fourteenth annual meeting of the Joice Shipping association was held at i the Arnesori hall Tuesday. About 200 were in attendance. R. M. Hall, ClearjLake, delivered an address. O;K..Storre also spoke. The yearly report was read, by E. G. Arneson, manager, which showed a large increase in business over the past year; Lauritz Larson was re-elected president and Otis Tweed, .secretary. The girls' and hoys' glee clubs,.chorus and sextet sang. · i Clyde shipyards of Scotland are having their busiest year since 1930. ;.- A REGULAR DOLLAR SIZE BOX WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF RITZ PREPARATIONS The Merkel Co. EASTER GLORIES By Poppy ,998 The shapes for this ' season are varied and . gay a n d t h e trims lead a finishing thrill to all the o u t E l a n d i n g shades of spring. In head sizes to 24. "LITTLE SIS 7 ' The new off facers and chic poke bonnets will add charm to Little Sis's spring and Easter outfit. All ' . colors and head sizes. 1- ]^98 THE MERKEL CO. QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES MERKEL'S ECONOMY BASEMENT CXm'J oJlifa /or SMOOTH DRESS FLORAY Knic Slips will give you a perfect 'foundation for smooch dress. Designed with a brassiere top that gives' the bust a youthful uplift, providing the righr start for 3 tailored silhouette -- no bumps or bulges to mac the sculptured beauty of your figure. FLORAY slips launder beautifully;^ will-; not rip ar the scams and will come back , ro you after washing with LASTING LOVELINESS. NEW SPRING SWEATERS 98c Of wool yarns in all high shades. Made with" short sleeves and small collars. Also the popular Barrel Sweaters of fine all wool yarns in maize, white, scarlet and green. . J, Tricot Panties 59c 2 for $1.00 Women with an, exquisite sense of daintiness will accept these warf knit panties and briefs on sight as top values. They'are excellently made in both tailored and trimmed styles, of only the best of materials, and will not run. They wear perfectly, launder beautifully and give that mid-section smoothness you desire. In white and tea rose. M. K. M. SILK STOCKINGS Pair 59c; 2 Pairs $1 In chiffon and service weights. Full fashioned, first quality, in all the best spring shades. From the Standpoint of VALUE! Mary-Lane scores'a-big triumph in this soft Velva- tone Fleece, lined wi.th Hi- Ho guaranteed for the life of the garment; Smartly styled, beautifully tailored, it's the kind of a coat you can "live in" from morn 'til night and feel well dressed. YOUR CHOICE OF BLUE, GREY OR TAN FOR ONLY $16.75 Other Coats at $10.90 SUITS Fashion Favorites in New DRESSES $4.98 $5.95 .Smoofhtone -Crepes in high shades' . . . Lambskin Prints . . · . Sheer Crepes. Beige, Thistle, Grey, Aqua and Blue are the favorite colors. Sizes from 14 t o : 52. Wash Frocks 98c Many new ones "just unpacked and most of them are of 80 square percales. Sizes 14 to 52. Mannish Styles $5.95 and $10.90 With Three-Quarter Length Coats $10.90 to $16.75 Princess, Swagger and Belted Styles FOUNDATION GARMENTS 59c to $1.98 Side hook girdles, front and back lace corsets and two-way stretch girdles in sizes 2fi to 36. CORSETTES $1.19 to ?2.98 Beautiful garments made for most any figure type. With and without inner belts. Sizes 34 to 52. Motkeu! ont Mia Tkls Sale CHILDREN'S HOSE PAIR 19* Specially priced! Anklets, slack socks and half socks in light or dark solid shades. Contrasting striped or fancy Jacquard pattern tops. All with elastic tops. In fine rayon or lisle. Sizes from 4 to lOVi. SKETCHED FROM STOCK MERKEL'S ECONOMY BASEMENT WELCOME TEACHERS

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