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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 2

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MASON CITY GLOBEiGAZETTE MAY 1934 SUPPORT ACT FOR INDUSTRY LOANS Senate Committee Bill to Create Revolving Fund in RFC. WASHINGTON, May 7. (jet--A bill to create a $250,000,000 revolving fund in the Recons traction Finance corporation for direct 5 year loans to industry was approved today by the senate banking committee Meanwhile, the house banking committee was told in a letter from Chairman Jones of the RFC that President Roosevelt still favored letting the corporation make direct loans to industry. The new industrial loan bill was approved by the senate committee without a record vote. senator Barkley (D., Ky.) said he probably would offer it as an amendment 'to the Glass bill pending, in the senate, which would pro- ride a $280,000,000 fund in the fed- e ral reserve bank for similar loans. The RFC bill, recommended by Jones, is more liberal in its loans terms than the federal reserve board bill introduced by Senator Glass (D., Va.). It would permit direct loans to industry where credit was not available through the usual channels at normal interest rates while the Glass bill is designed primnnly to extend credit indirectly through banks and other financial institu- 'tibns, with the latter taking 20 per cent of the risk. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette! Burke Candidate for Senator in Nebraska WASHINGTON, May 7. !.*-- p.epresentative Edward R. Burke today formally announced his candidacy for the Nebraska democratic senatorial nomination. First wash with pure Resinoi Soap. Then relieve and improve sore pimply spots with soothing Teeth The lowest prices I have made on Dental Work In fifteen .years. Silver Fillings ' As Low Aa 50c GOLDDD»1 CJC QC RUBBER PLATE «PO««JtJ Teeth Extracted S*-00 Plates repaired In my own laboratory while you wait. Jacob E.Hynds D E N T I S T Over Palais Royal Corner North of Dime Store OPEN EVENINGS-SUNDAY A. »L HELEN HENDR1CKS News Editor "Residence Phone 310-W^ Clear Lake Wins Britt Track Meet Conference Championship Is Brought to Lake as Locals Win. CLEAR LAKE, May 7.--The high school concluded a week of successful competitive activities when it brought home the conference championship on in the track meet held at Britt Saturday. Competing against Britt, Garner, Forest City Northwood, Belmond, and Buffa'lo Center, Clear Lake chalked up 42V 2 points. Belmond ran second with 4iy 2 points. Local boys placed, in all. events in track and field except mile and half mile run. Both Miller and Chizek broke the conference record for the javelin throw. Miller placed first with lb» feet 7 inches, exceeding the ow record by 16 feet and 3 inches. Chizek placed second with 162 feet 7 B Myhr won first in th'e high jump with 5 feet 6% inches. "Tessie Liens won second in both the discus and shot put. Lane came in second in the 220 tow hurdles, second in the broad jump and third in the 100 yard dash. Harper Joslyn won third in the high hurdles, and third in the 220 ^Brahney, placing third in the shot put, and Wood, placing second to the 440 yard dash, added points to Clear Lake's score. · As the meet drew, near the close, Clear Lake needed half a point to tie the meet with Belmond. Junior Pease chalked up the winning points when he arrived from the state music contest held at Iowa City just a time to enter the pole vault. He tied for third place, thus giving Clear Lake a one point winning margin and thus the conference championship. Miss Anna Proctor Wed to W. Ward Saurdtay CLEAR LAKE, May 7.--Miss Anna Proctor and William Ward, dear Lake were married at the Methodist church Thornton, Saturday evening. They were-accompanied by George No. 239 OFFICE PHONE CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Mrs. Jens Wind, Mary Considlne and Gerald Brooks attended the State Young: Democratic convention at Des Moines, Monday. Miss Cora Myre and Ray Hood of Des Moines were week-end guests at the home of Miss Helen Hansen at Clear Lake. ~Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Pearsall ol IVinton have taken residence in Clear Lake and will operate the photograph studio. Sirs. Lloyd Llesenberg and niece, Fanchon Tebbits, spent the weekend in Spring Grove, Minn., where LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence jjione 67^ [| ············^····B^B^B^ Band Getting Ready to Go t o C o n t e s t High School to Compete in Sixth Annual Academic Tests in Iowa. KNUTSON TALKS AT MUSCATINE Candidate for Governor Says Big Business Opposed to Gross Income Tax. MUSCATINE, May 7. Iff)--Clarence A. Knutson, Clear Lake, candidate for the republican nomination for governor, told the Muscatine Rotary club today that big business is opposed to the gross income tax and has "spoken its oppo- " candidates for of- they visited Mrs. Uesenberg's parents. Sir. and Mrs. George Sullivan, Des Moines, left Sunday after spending the week with Mrs. Leon Sullivan, North Second street. Homer Briar returned Sunday from Chicago where he had been on business. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bowers and daughter, Lucile, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Bowers, Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moris and Mrs. Flora King, Hampton, · were guests at the O. 3. King home Saturday. Mrs. C. C. Bowers and daughter Lucile, attended the Woman's Home Missionary convention in Garner Friday. Jack Hayes, Cedar Rapids am brother, Larry, Manly, were guest at the J. J. Brahney home Sunday. F. J. Hflnlon, Mason City, movec into his cottage on South Secon street Saturday. . The Linger Longer club will meet Proctor, Clear. .Lake, Dartnen, Swaledale. and Marie jannen, owaieuAte. Mr Ward is employed on the Dick Steenfcard -farm. Cleat Lake, and Mrs. Ward has been working on the Copley,fann east of Clear- Lake. Mrs. Ward attended the Clear Lake nigh school. CLEAR LAKE, May 7.--Aa the iresent school year draws to a close naiiy activities are keeping the stu- entu of the high school busy. Practices were started Monday in nreparation for the national band :ontest which the local band is to compete in May 31 to June 2 at Des Joines. Plans have not been definitely completed as to whether the orch estra will compete in the nationa but it is considered doubtful as sev eral new selections would have to learned. The Clear Lake high school will compete Tuesday in the sixth annual academic contest in Iowa. Every pupil in the high school is required to take the tests, which will cover 14 subjects including English correctness for ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelfth grades. Other subjects to be covered are algebra, · geometry, general science, biology, physics, English literature, world history, first and second year Latin and American government. The aim of the tests is to measure the educational achievement of the school, and encourage better scholarship among the pupils. sition through 'ice." · He directed attention to what he said was a "vacillating condition of mind" on the part of his opponents for the nomination on the tax issue. 'Shortly before I announced my candidacy for- governor." he said "two candidates who had previously announced for the same office in dlcated their friendliness to th gross income tax. "One is quoted as saying that h was 'very sympathetic' to such tax plan: the other that he wa ·very friendly' and that the gros income tax 'had great possibili "For "some reason, either be cause of direct or remote contro they have now changed their att tudes and are denouncing the gros income tax.'" ver, that has a happier meaning, nd that if you're wise in selecting ings of better quality, the upkeep vill be lessened to a highly pleasing For instance two men built homes bout the same time several years go One tried to see how many rooms he could get for his money and he has a lot to say about the out of upkeep. The other was a tickler for quality and he has few pkeep worrks. Insisted on Quality. Mr. "Quality," as we might call number two, nsisted on the high- »t quality plumbing with non rust- ng pipes, leak proof faucets and everything installed by an expert plumber. He hasn't had a plumber n the house since. Mr. "Price" on the other hand bought the cheapest ob he could get a bid on and has been paying "upkeep" plumbers «ver since. Mr. "Quality" had his walls insulated^ good quality, weather strips on all openings and competent storm windows for winter use. His "upkeep" on heating costs is very low Indeed while Mr. "Price" does a lot of complaining about the high cost of fuel. In the same way Mr. "Price' has had to replace his screens but Mr. "Quality's" were rustproof and are still on the job. Mr. "Price" saved several dollars on the original cost of his oak floors but wasn't careful to se« that he got thoroughly kiln dried stock and the cracks and warpings are calling for more "upkeep" in the shape of repairs and perhaps eventual replacement. Saved Money. I could list you half a hundred other things on which Mr. "Price 1 saved money on the original cost only to find that he'll.have to spend it anyway for "upkeep" and never have the satisfaction that abides with Mr. "Quality" in his soundly built home. Eave troughs and roofing and heating equipment, woodwork and plaster and lighting fixtures all everlastingly wearing out or getting out of kilter because of. skimped quality at the outset. These two men have learned-each in a different way--that "it isn't the original cost that counts, Its the upkeep" which is only another way of saying that "It's quality that counts, not price." Insist on at least a fair measure of quality in everything thaf you buy and though your cost may be a little greater in the beginning, it will be less in the end. Friday of this week with Mrs. Micknie, of Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. John Perkins returned to their home Saturday night after spending several da^s in Mineapolis. The Tina Rebckah lodge will hold their regular meeting at the I. O. O. F. hall Tuesday night. It will be homecoming night and all dues are to be paid. J. W. Whiting, Tydallt S. Dak., and daughter, Madge, arrived Sunday to visit his sisters, Mrs.- George A. O'Neil, and Mrs. E. C. Curtis, Carlton street. They plan to return Tuesday. AN EXACT science in which perfect aquipment, good workmanship and reliable insurance join to your complete satisfaction. Yet the cost is reasonable . . - often less than the price of inferior moving service. Phone 216 CADWELL TRANSFER STORAGE CO. 303 EIGHTH STREET S. W, Enhusiasm Shown at Knutson Tea Saturday CLEAR LAKE, May 7.--A large roup attended the silver tea held jy the ladies "Knutson for Gov«r- or" club at the city ball Saturday fternoon. Miss Bertha Branson gave a renew of the play "Elizabeth tie lueen." Following the program, tea was erved. Mrs. H. H. Crane tad Mrs. larry Freeman were in charge. Mrs. Cal Branson and Mrs. C. F. Crane poured. Vlethodist Ladies to Meet Wednesday at Local Church CLEAR LAKE, May. 7.--The Methodist Ladies Aid will hold its regular meeting at the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon, May 9. A business meeting will be he'd at ,, o'clock, followed by a program Mrs. Sue Diggs is to give an illustrated talk on "The Fantastic Clan." which is a story of the cactus plant. Following the meeting a dinner will be served with Mrs. H. N. Halvorson and Mrs. John Smith's committee in charge. Somebody has figured it out and found that automobile accidents are a sure sign of prosperity. Well, 35,000 Americans died for the cause last year.--Danville, (HI.) Commercial News. Speakers Conclude Lecture Series at Methodist Church CLEAR LAKE, May 7--Dr. J. W. Mahood and Professor W'. D. Pardun closed a week's engagement of meetings Sunday night at the Methodist church. Sponsors of- the meetings expressed pleasure-with the success of the gatherings.! .:'-. Dr. Mahood left Monday for Cedar Rapids where he will join his wife. From there they go to Fordwich, Ontario,: Canada, where Dr. Mahood will spend the summer. Professor Pardun left today for hia home in Clarion. Students having the highest ranking in these tests will compete at Iowa City with some 1,100 students of high rank from all over the state. Friday, May 18, the senior class play will be presented in the high school auditorium. Saturday, May 19, the annual Junior Senior banquet will be held at the Clear Lake Country club. Other activities for the remainder of the season are as follows: May 8--Academic tests in high school. May 18--Senior class play, "That Ferguson Family," at high school. May 19--Junior-Senior banquet at Clear Lake Country club. May 21-22 Senior exams. May 25--Class day and school picnic. May 27--Baccalaureate address at Methodist church,, the Rev. Riner speaking. . May 29--Final exams. May 3d--Commencement. May : 31, : June l : 2^-Natlojial band - ' " c ' ' - - . · ' · · · · · · ' · · · Saving on First Cost Two Home Builders Take Opposite Courses in Purchlases.. By STAFF WRITER "It isn't the original cost--it's the upkeep." How many times that old saying is quoted. Often it's cited to indicate that the first cost of certain articles is just an introduction to the costs which you must be prepared to meet afterward. There's another slant to this slogan, how- EXERCISE GOOD JUDGEMENT The mayor of Chicago is .reported making a drive against bad liquor in his city.'This-seems to be interfering with the personal liberty of those who like it bad.--Lansing State Journal I OR FAIRNESS OF PRICE AND UTMOST IN SERVICE · · · · THJE o ORDER GOLDEN RULE RECOMMENDS TOTHE PEOPLE OF THIS · · . COMMUNITY · · · MEYERFUNERALHOME JAalLMty* OIr*erH.M«y«r 243 5ISST..S.E. PHONE I5O5 Mason City Teachers Entertain at Lake Club CLEAR LAKE, May 7.--The teachers of the Mason City high school entertained their friends at a breakfast held at the Clear Lake Country Club Saturday morning The tables were decorated with large baskets of spring flowers and a small wrist corsage was laid at each place. The morning was spent in playing bridge. Flowers were presented as orizes. Y OU exercise good judgment when selecting a physician or an attorney. You consult friends or patients and clients and _ask them concerning their experiences with various doctors and lawyers. You learn all you can about them, their services, and their charges. Then and not until then do you make a decision. Why not use the same sound method before calling a funeral director? Investigate and compare the character, facilities and charges of ' the various morticians. Do this NOW so that when the need arises, you will be in a position to make the wisest, most economical decision. The McAuley Funeral Home is a definite, well-established business. It is fully capable at serving every patron satisfactorily. We welcome an investigation of our service, merchandise and prices. No. 6 ^Fuiv^Hcpa. South AdgimsAve,. Phone 651 MASON QTM IOWA - Clear Lake Calendar I know how Steel Protects You .in a Warship or a Car' i . _ _ U B S K K .«··*·*· ·£ V A U C f _ A CERTIFIED INTIRVI1W WITH M. I. MIRRITT, N A V Y CALLOUSES Quick, sure rdief for callouses And burning on bottom of feet. Safely removes callouses. DrScho//s lino-pads DIAMONDS - WATCHES CLOCKS and JEWELRY CLOSE-OUT PRICES OUR ENTIRE STOCK ON SALE LIVERGOOD BROS. 110 NORTH FEDERAL AYE. BUY GRADUATION GIFTS HERE--NOW Tuesday -- Tina Rebekah lodge meets at I. O. O. F. hall. Wednesday--Lions' club at Lions' cafe. 12":15. Thursday--Crescent club luncheon at Mrs. George Ott home, 1:00. Dance at Surf ballroom. Rotary club meets at 1, O. O. F. hall at noon. Public supper at Catholic church. Friday--Star club meets with Mrs. Vern Peterson. Linger Longer club meets with Mrs. Micknie, Forest City. Saturday--Dance at Surf ballroom. Negro Workman at Keokuk Killed When Run Over by Truck KEOKUK, May 7. UP)--Wesley Allen, 35, Negro, was instantly killed at noon today here when he slipped in jumping off a moving dump truck and fell beneath. The wheel passed over his head, crushing it. Ailen was employed on a road construction gang which is building a cement approach to the new bridge over the Des Moines river at Keokuk. fl Body.. · Lucky io ^rttfsssrt TM. r TMis'i£ji,i v*"!* S^S-SSMS 1 "Welding Btee! to a Navy Yard. I see plenty of K *· pies of the punishment steel has to stand. And bod/knows that If a battleship weren't made of steeUt JJoulan't stand a chance In action on the high seas today.' e^Ue^^eajSmasWng down! Turning over and ov er. "The Safety-Steel Body W «H that saved me!" he told us. dealer wffl gladly give you a PI outh demonstrate-anytime. *} "There's nothing but steel plates on to- ·*· day's warship*. And steel Is whit I wanted In the body of mycar.thoughlnererthought, at the time. I'd be In a Mrioiu icddcnt." At the end of his first year President Roosevelt will try his teeth on something that several presidents have lost a whole set on. to wit, the tariff. -- Springfield (Mags.) Republican. With the taking over of the civil airways of the country, the government of South Africa 'is improving its weather information and directional radio services. PARK; THEATER Clear Lake Mon. -- Tues. -- Wed. June Collyer, Ralph Bellamy in "BEFORE MIDNIGHT" 10c Plus Tax ** ^-- 3 "One night It happenedll'd pulled up be" hind .parked or. Atrucktoreupln back «nd unt me sailing. Bu " A. "MyPlymouthBavesmyujoney.too.lt gets me by on H tankf nl of Jas each week. 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