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April 29, 1936

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 29 1936 SEVEN Mason City's Calendar April 36 to May 2--National Baby week. May 2--Monthly meeting o U. C. T. and auxiliary, at P. G. and E.. 6:30 supper. m May 4-9--Clean Up, Paint Up, Fix Up campaign sponsored by junior division of Chamber of Commerce. May 8--St. oiaf college church choir to sing at high school auditorium at 8 p. m. Here In Mason City Dine and Dance at Shady Beach, Clear Lake. Music, Kenney Al. Get your paint and wallpaper cleaner at Boomhowers. Townscnd club No. 1 will meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in the gymnasium of the Y. W. C. A. to select a delegate to attend the state convention at Des Moines. Kent our floor sanding anil wax machines. Shepherd's Faint and Wallpaper Co. Ph. 1362. Boys--Girls--Mothers! Look for new series of Mickey Mouse in Diamond Silver Cup Bread every day. Miss Edith May of the public health nursing service left Tuesday for Indianapolis, where she will spend two weeks attending a tuberculosis clinic. You really can wash more walls with less effort and at less cost with Speedex. Sold exclusively by Mason City Hdwe. Co. Dog licenses are due now. See City Clerk. The Rev. Oswald Mall, pastor of the St. James Lutheran church, left Wednesday morning for Grafton to attend the northeast Iowa Lutheran conference held there Wednesday and Thursday. Petition for street paving and sidewa'k construction should be filed wi, h City Engineer by May 1. Birth certificates have been tiled for Sue Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ernest Nelson, Burchinal, born April 18; Dwayne Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard H. Butterfield, 313 Sixth street southwest, born March 30. and Joseph Felix, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bal- tirrea. 30. Lehigh, born April 22. Annual May breakfast at 1st Presbyterian church, Fri. 6 to 9 a. m. 25c. Everyone invited, POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce my candidacy for the democratic nomination for supervisor second district, subject to the voters at the June 1st primary election, 1936. J. P. HANSEN, SR. HIGH SCHOOL MUSICIANS LEAVE FOR IOWA CITY POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce my candidacy for the republican nomination for treasurer o£ Cerro Gordo county subject to the will of republican voters at the June 1 primary election. JOY RIDGEWAY TO PARTICIPATE IN ANNUAL STATE MUSIC FESTIVAL Others to Leave Thursday Morning to Enter 19 of 34 Events. The first contingent of Mason City high school musicians left in a bus Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock for Iowa City to participate in the state music festival, where the Mohawk artists have the difficult task of maintaining a reputation of several years' standing as coming from Iowa's most musical city. Two other buses will leave here at 7:30 o'clock Thursday morning for Iowa City. , According to present arrangements, all 'Of the Mason City musicians will start the return trip about 8:10 o'clock Friday evening, arriving here by 12:30 o'clock Saturday morning. The only contestant who will be in Iowa City Saturday will be Barbara Scott, who will then play in the piano solo contest. She will return home with her mother, Mrs. A. 0. Scott. Leads in Events Entered. Adults who will accompany the local musicians include Miss Ellen Smith, Miss Marjorie Smith and Carleton L. Stewart, all of the music .faculty; Miss Tommy D. Priest, assistant principal; H. H. Boyce, high school instructor; and Mrs. Raymond Kunz and Mrs. Harold Johnson and others. In addition to those traveling by bus, some students, will go in cars by special arrangement. Mason City leads all other cities with contestants in 19 of the 34 events. Several others, however, will have more individual competitors than Mason City. The two Waterloo schools will send 276 musicians, ISO from West High school and 116 from East. 137 From Charles City. Other cities which will have more than 100 competitors are Sioux City, 186; Burlington, ,178; Council Bluffs, 236; Charles City, 137; Ames, 124; Dubuque, 120; Centerville, 114; Iowa City, 113; Le Mars, 112, and Eagle Grove 109. Mason City will have 125. An Associated Press dispatch from Iowa City reported first participants in the gigantic battle of And They Have Lusty Voices Occupants of the nursery at the Mercy hospital are shown above. In the picture are Judith Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stevens; June Newana, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Tcnold, Lake Mills; Genevieve May, daughter of Mr..and Mrs. George Schneider, Garner; Marlenc Idell, child ot Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bcnowitz; Kiithcryn Ann, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. James Allen; Shirley Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Dcsponas; Eugene William, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Jakohek, Garner; Kay Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Umhoefer; Joan Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hanson; Robert Barton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Fallt, and the infant Janet Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Walsh. Looking on are Sister Mary Paul and Margaret Johnson, nurse. (Lock Photo, Kaye- nay Engraving) RAILROAD NEEDS MORE MEN HERE FOR ROAD WORK Milwaukee Will. Send Out Another Gang Friday to Work on Ties. Mor° laborers are wanted for a tit gang to be sent out by the Chicag Milwaukee St. Paul and Pacif railroad Friday, according to off cials of the local division. One gan of men was sent cut Monday on th Minnesota division and will wor toward Mason City. Formerly these gangs were re cruited in large cities but under th new plan the railroad will use me from the territory in which th work is to be done, provided ther are men there to do it, according t Supt. W. F. Ingraham. Joy Ridgeway Announces Candidacy for Re-Election DEMOCRATS HOLD MONTHLY DANCE 60 Couples Attend Affaii Held at Denison Clubhouse. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce my candidacy for the democratic nomination for recorder of Cerro Gordo county subject to the will of the voters at the June primaries. EDWIN N. NORQUIST Authorized to Keep Up News Print Rates WASHINGTON, (.T)--The Interstate Commerce commission Tuesday authorized railroads to maintain rates on news print from Port Arthur, Fort William, and West Fort William, Ontario to Chicago without observing the long and short haul clause of the interstate commerce act. Mack New Moderator of Des Momes Presbytery DES MOINES, C?--The Rev. Rev. William Mack, pastor of the Union Park Presbyterian church, was elected moderator of the Des Moines presytery to succeed the Rev. R. A. Burrows of Dallas Center. Advice to Women ALL women at some period o f t h e i r lives, need a strengthening tonic like Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Read what Mrs. H. C. Dixon of 716 W. Madison St.. Marshalltown. t o w a , paid: "I was in a rim-down condition. I lacked strength, w*s on edce, scarcely slept a wink at night and used to pet such headaches. I took Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription and felt much better from the very first, I: improved m.r appetite and 1 was 'rid of that tired feeling, also the headaches." Buy now of your neighborhood druggist. New size. tabs. 50c. liquid SI 00 SI 15 Write to Dr. Tierce's Clinic, Buffalo, N. Y., lor free medical advice- melody registered there Wednesday, as University of Iowa officials completed preparations for staging the Eleventh Annual State High School Music festival involving- 6,500 musicians. Soloists, Small Groups Begin. The first day of competition, beginning at 8:30 a. m. Thursday, includes 26 events, most of them for soloists and small groups. Friday will be given-over to orchestras and glee clubs, while concert and marching bands will compete Sa.t- urday. Contestants in the festival here will be the pick of more than 35,000 who entered subdistrict elimination contests more than two months ago. The "superior." place winners in 34 events, set a new record for competition. Prof. Charles B. Righter, festival chairman, said that another record will be surpassed in the massed band concert which will climax the three days of competition Saturday afternoon. The combined bands totaling 1,300 pieces will play two marches following the contest of marching bands. Special Trains Arrive. Two special trains brought 500 .first day contestants to Iowa City late Wednesday. Two small trains were combined into a 10 car special at Des Moines. On it came the youthful musicians from Boyden Hull, Sheldon, Le Mars, Storm Lake' Sioux Center and Sac City. A special train also i s coming from Sioux City. More than 300 University of Iowa employes are required to run the festival. These include work crews which set up cots, grounds and building workmen, truck drivers to move instruments, bus drivers, matrons and proctors in the temporary dormitories, stenographers, doormen, registration officials, recorders and messengers. Approximately 60 couples attended the monthly dance held by the Young Democrats club at the Denison clubhouse Tuesday night. Music for the occasion was supplied by the 7 piece Earl Hunt orchestra of Albert Lea, Minn. These dances are sponsored by the young democrats to stimulate interest in the organization and are staged as monthly affairs. The next aance will be held about May 15. A drive for new members of the club in Cerro Gordo county is being planned, according to William Danforth, president. PEOPLE .. . who have fesfed Fireside Fuels over a period of years find them to be the most economical in the long run and by far the most satisfactory. FIRESIDE FUEL CO. Phone 888 2 Hampton Places Are Entered by Burglars HAMPTON--Thieves broke into two business places Saturday night and escaped with a small amount of merchandise and about ?4 in cash from each place. The Roy Thomas p s ool hall on Fourth street was broken into from the back and tobacco and cigars as well as cash taken. The Tebay grocery store on highway 65 was entered through the west window and bacon was stolen as well as money. The thefts were discovered by the proprietors Sunday morning and authorities succeeded in getting fingerprints. To Build Cancer Hospital NEW YORK, (^(-Ground will be broken next fall'for a §3,000000 cancer hospital to be financed by the General Education board founded by John D. Rockefeller, Sr. JUDGE APPROVES SALE OF ASSETS Permits Disposition of Lots Held by Cerro Gordo State Bank. Judge M. F. Edwards Wednesday approved three applications made by D. W. Bates, Iowa su;perinten- dent of banking and receiver for the Cerro Gordo State bank of Clear Lake, in connection with disposition of certain of the bank's assets. Sale of lot 4 of lot 5 in the subdivision of the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section 18, township 96, range 21 in the city of Clear Lake, clear of all encumbrances, to Robert Nichols for $1,200 was authorized. . The court also approved the sale of the northerly 44 feet of lot 5 in biock 1 of the original plat of Clear Lake, subject to all taxes, to Frank Benson for $200. Authorization for the compromise and settlement of W. J. Pueggel's indebtedness of 58,692 for $2,400 cash was also granted. Petit jurors were under orders to report at 9 o'clock Thursday morning for further trial duty. ANNIVERSARY OF LODGE OBSERVED Odd Fellows and Rebekahs Stage Program; History Is Presented. The anniversary of th£ founding of Odd Fellowship in America was observed Tuesday evening by the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs of the Mason City lodges. A fitting program was followed by dancing and cards. Messages of welcome to all present were extended by John C. Robinson, noble grand of the subordinate lodge, and Mrs. Ida Closson, noble grand of the Rebekah lodge. Earl Leaman then gave the early history of Odd Fellowship back to the days of Moses and Aaron in Biblical times and its later development and growth. The formal organization of the Order in America, under the guiding influence of Thomas Wildey, was launched in Baltimore, April 26, 1819. "Since that time, the order has grown and prospered until today it is the largest beneficial and fraternal order of the world," Mr. Leaman stated. "The relief administered to its needy members and the care given the residents of its many homes stand out as a great achievement for the good of humanity." A quartet of accordion players, eorge Swaroff, Billie Coleman, Jerry Maholley and Paul Clausen presented several numbers. Mrs. Laura Felix accompanied by Mrs. Vera Quenrud, favored the group with a vocal solo. NORQUIST ENTERS RECORDER RACE Nomination Papers Being Pu in Circulation Here on Democratic Ticket. Nomination papers were bein circulated Wednesday for Edwin I\ Norquist, 1022 Second street north west, for the position of county re cordcr of Cerro Gordo county on th democratic ticket. Mr. Norquist is 48 years of . has resided in Mason City for th past 35 years and has been a sup porter of the democratic party sine the first Wilson administration. K is married and has two sons, Stan ley, now in California, and Lyle employed by the Letts Spence Smith company. For the past 28 years Mr. Nor quist has been identified with th train service of the Milwaukc railroad and only recently found i necessary to discontinue his con neclion because of an injured knee He is a member of the I. O. O. F and the Bhotrehood of Railwa; Trainmen. It is Mr. Norquist's plan to con duct an active campaign for th office. AT THE HOSPITALS A. M. Shook Succumbs at Greene; Funeral to Be Conducted Thursday GREENE--Funeral services for A. M. Shook, who died at his home Monday night, will be held at the local Methodist Episcopal church Thursday afternoon, with the Rev ; J. E. DeLong, pastor of the church, officiating. Mr. Shook was born near Greene Aug. 1, 1869, and he lived all of his life in or near Greene, having moved to town five years ago. He was married March 31. 1892.. to Miss Clara Deardorf, who with their four children survive. The children are Mrs. Lola Pringie. Marble Rock; Mrs. Gladys Austin, Greene; Lyle Shook, Greene, and Mrs. Ruth Reagan, Arcdale; several grandchildren, a brother. William Shook, Greene; two sisters. Mrs. Thomas Corbett, Greene, and Mrs. Curt Vennum of Glendale, Cal. Burial will be in Roschili cemetery, Greene. BALD-NO-MORE GROWS HAIR Stops falling hair, dandruff, itching scalp and overcomes dry scalp and hair. A trial will convince you. Sold by. Huxtable Drug Company 116 South Federal Phone 921 Van Buren Advocates Government Economy MOUNT VERNON, (.T)--George J. Van Buren of West Union advocated economy in state government as he campaigned for the republican nomination for lieutenant governor in a speech here. Miss Ada Mutch, Gnindy Center, was admitted to the Park hospital Tuesday for a minor operation. Mrs. Harry Garms, 10 Fourth street northwest, was dismissed ;rom the Story hospital Tuesday following treatment. Nels Elfstrand, 134 Sixth stree southwest, was dismissed from the vlercy hospital Tuesday following treatment. Gilbert Ballard, 3204 Delaware avenue southeast, was admitted to the Park hospital Tuesday for minor operation. Bobby Dooley, Arcdale, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Tuesday following a .major opera tion. Mrs. Soren Peterson, 511 Taylor avenue southwest, was admitted to the Park hospital Tuesday for treatment. Mrs. Bernard Umhoefer and infant daughter, 411 Second street northwest, were dismissed from the Mercy hospital Tuesday. Harry Tamres, Hanford Hotel was dismissed from the Park hospital Tuesday following treatment. Donald Schaffer, 425 Jackson avenue northwest, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Tuesday for a minor operation. Otto H. Kruse. Northwood, was dismissed from the Park hospital Tuesday following treatment. Mrs. Leslie Fait and infant son, 3020 First street southwest, were dismissed from the Mercy hospital Tuesday. Phillip Osegaara, 503 Seventeenth itreet northwest, was dismissed "rom the Park hospital Tuesday folio-wing treatment. Mrs. W. E. Nelson and infant daughter, Burchinal. were dismissed from the Park hospital Tuesday. EXAMINATIONS TO BE ON SATURDAY Patrolmen to Be at Sheriff Office Only One Day in Week. Iowa State Highway patrolmen will be at the sheriff's office to giv examinations for drivers' license, only on Saturdays after this week because of the addition of anothe county to this territory. Applicant; for licenses may take their examin ations between B o'clock in the morning: and 4:30 o'clock in the af ternoon. Driver's licenses will be revoked for one year on all convictions ot driving while intoxicated, according to County Attorney Frederick B Shaffer. A penalty of 30 days in jail will be enforced upon anypsc :aught driving whose license has been revoked. This practice has been carried out here in the past and wil be continued, according to County f Arrnrnpv fthaffpr Move (o Farm. THORNTON--The Chris Jacobson family moved this week to the Prescott farm northwest of Thornton after failing to get the place near Burchinal as planned. We always hate our partners in sin--not for leading us astray, but for knowing how ornery we are.-Dubuque Telegraph-Herald. Soon L f t Out! Don't eipcrirnerttl This is the safe Way to instant relief from pain and quick / removal of your coma I 00%Snfr. TVe- vent lotc loci and bib ten. Attorney Shaffer. Mrs. Hall, Primghar, Obtains Divorce Here Judge M. H. Kepler Wednesday granted a divorce to Mrs. Edith E. Hall, Primghar, on her charges of cruel and inhuman treatment against her husband, George E. Hall. She was aso awarded the right to resume her maiden name, Hamer. The Halls were married July 18, 1935, in San Francifco, Cal., and lived together about three months. Forfeits Bond for Reckless Driving Robert Smith, Manly, forfeited a 525 bond Wednesday before Police Judge Morris Laird Upon failure to appear in traffic court to answer a charge of reckless driving. Smith was arrested by police on North Federal avenue where it was alleged he was driving in a reek- ess manner. Ray Seman. 21 Twenty-second street southeast, was sentenced to attend traffic school for double parking and Dale Taylor, 32 Seventh street northwest, was sentenced for improper parking. Wittout Calomel-Am! You'll Jump Out of M ii the Morning Karin* to Go _ The liver should ponr oat two pounds or liquid bile into yoar bowels dnily. If this bi]« IsnotflowinEfreely. your food doesn't dieest. It jait decays in the bowels. Gas bloata np your stomach. You get constipated. Your vnnle system ia poisoned and you feel sour, sank and the world looks punK. Laxatives are only makeshifts. A mere rxtvrtl movement doesn't EPt in (he CBUKP It takM those rood, old Carter's Little Liver Mis to set these two pounds of bile ftowinr freely and make yon f-el "nr- and up" Harmless. «ntle. yet urnnzmr in mskinc hile flow ireelj. Ask for Carter's Little Liver Pills by Stubbornly rtiusg anything «lse. 2c^ Will Seek Republican Nomination for Treasurer. Miss Joy Ridgeway, Cerro Gordo county treasurer, Wednesday announced she would be a candidate for the republican nomination for re-election. In the period she has been in office, Miss Ridgeway has been an active participant in the state association of county treasurers, of which she is now secretary-treasurer. She is a member of the board of the Mason City Social Welfare league and for several years has been active in the Business and Professional Women's club. Miss Ridgeway is a graduate of Grinnell college and a former teacher in the high schools of Plymouth and Carpenter. Her training for the work of handling the tax problems of Cerro Gordo county included a commercial course at Hamilton school of commerce, several years- as an employe in the office of the county treasurer and later the position of deputy treasurer. BUSS JOY RIDGEWAY To Celebrate Anderson's Centennial Mason City Library to Show Editions of His Books. Since one hundred years ago Andersen's delightful stories were translated from the Danish into English, the Mason City public library is planning a celebration Sunday afternoon to show beautiful editions of his books and other beautiful books recently acquired by the library. In 1835 in Copenhagen the first or the fairy stories by the great Danish story teller appeared and now to celebrate the centenary the four tales that appeared then have come out in a new version by R. P. Kcig- win illustrated with woodcuts by Gwen Raverat. In New Translation. It is a pleasure to handle this slim little volume. Here are the first four in a new translation-"The Tinder Box," probably the finest Andersen story to read aloud or tell with its robust humor, "The Princess and the Pea," full of gentle 1 irony, "Little Clans and Big Claus,' and "Little Ida's Flowers," a tale of poetic insight. Another new little volume is illustrated by Pamela Bianca. It is the story of the "Little Mermaid" translated by M. R. James. Many people have rewritten the "Litlle Mermaid." but Mr. James, an English scholar, who loves Denmark and knows the Danish language well, has retold it almost as if Andersen had written it in our own language. Mrs. John Christiansen is loaning the library a Danish edition of Andersen's fairy tales with the original illustrations. Program Informal. The program will be informal and families are invited to come together and enjoy the books and flowers. For, in honor of Hans Christian Andersen and in gladness for spring and gardens, the two florists in Mason City are decorating the children's room with flowers. Robert i. Johnston is arranging plants and flowers in the east room upstairs, and Roy Whorley is planning to arrange a selection of blooms in the west room. Flowers always make a party, and it is certain that-the peo- ile who can stop in at the library Sunday afternoon will enjoy the contributions from the local florists. Several other persons will help he library staff and more detailed note about program-will be in Sat- jrday's paper. Mrs. Tbeodore Olson Dies at Residence; Rites Not Arranged Mrs. Theodore Olson, 55, died at ler home. 251 Eighth street south- ast, early Wednesday morning fol- Jay E. Houlahan, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Off ice 773 Phones Res. 3131 426-28 FORESTERS' BLDG. O Your Prescriptions Are Guaranteed to Be Correct. I C, DELEGATES ARE SELECTED Kights Will Attend State Convention at Clinton May 26, 27 and 28. A number of the Mason City council are making plans to attend the state convention of the Knights ot Columbus at Clinton May 26, 27 and 28. Dr. Don FHzGerald, grand knight, and Harry Neu, recording secretary, are the delegates and Kenneth Neu, deputy grand knight, and Fred Wagner, warden, are the alternate delegates. E. V. Ryan will attend the convention as slate treasurer. Officers of the local council are planning an initiation to be held June 7, in preparation for which a membership campaign is being carried on. It is hoped to bring slate and district officers to Mason City for this occasion. lowing an illness. Funeral arrangements had not been completed Wednesday. Surviving Mrs. Olson are her husband, a daughter, Mrs. Herbert Moe, Janesville, Wis., and two sons, Eugene, Janesville, Wis., and Addison at home. Two brothers, Oscar and William Christopherson, Decorah, and five sisters, Mrs. Matilda Hanson, Decorah, Mrs. John Heindrick- son, Frazer, Mont., and Mrs. Julius Ashiem, Parshall, N. Dak.. Mrs. Clarence Cardy, Monmouth, 111. and Mrs. James Carruthers, Peoria, 111., also survive. Mrs. Olson was preceded in death by one son, March 23 192S. The body was taken to the Meyer funeral home. Action Brought by Oil Company Against Hofer Is Settled by Lawyers Attorneys settled the action brought by the Champlin Refining company against W. 9. Holer early Tuesday afternoon after the- evidence had been partially presented. Trial of the case, which involved the purchase of a number of oil drums, had begun Tuesday morning in. Judge M. F. Edwards' district court here. Visitors From Ames. LONEROCK--The Harley Shellito family of Ames spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton. JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED When busy physicians relax, they often order Miller High Life. But you needn't oe a doctor to enjoy this best of Milwaukee beers. That's a privilege we extend to everybody, our competitors included. BEER City Beverage Co. DISTRIBUTORS 302 S. Monroe Phone 1606 Toke Advantage of Our Special Sale of Rogers Silverware A choice selection of new patterns af most attractive savings. TERMS TO SUIT LEPPER JEWELRY CO. 10 FIRST STREET S. E. SEVERAL GOOD USED ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS Well Known Makes Taken in on New Models. Also Good Gas Ranges with Oven Heat Control Priced very low ... come in ... see the ra Mason City Norge Co. at Damon's, Inc. New EASY Washer -with Spiralalor Washing Ac* lion -- D u a l - R e l e a s e Wringer. Sil down to Iron with' this new EASY Ironer--any time you please, anywhere you please. Modern beauty of design, xtew ease of operation-sates Vz to ?4 Ironing time. T A K E 3 6 M O H T H S T O P A Y Own BOTH for the same low price per month than either formerly cost ALONE! PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC COME\NY

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