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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, April 3, 1931
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Mason City News on This Page FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1931 North Iowa's Home Newspaper April 4--U. C. T. and auxiliary supper at P. G. E. at G:30. April 6--Annual military ball of National guard units. April 8, 9, 10 and 11--Boys' hobby show, sponsored by Y. M. C. A. and KIwania club. April IS--April term of court opens under Judge M. F. Edwards. April 18--Naturalization hearing at Cerro Gordo county courthouse EPISCOPAL DIOCESE BUYS LAKE CAMP Here in For roof repairing or a new rool call 955. Builders Supp. Co. Ph. 955 -- root repairing or complete new roof. Builders Supp. Co. Horace S. Beemer, X-Ray Extraction of Teeth. Penney Bldg. Why use substitutes for lard when you can buy Decker's lowana pure leaf lard 5c to lOc a pound less than substitutes? Kentucky Nut-- $6.75 delivered, for spring fires. W. G. Block Co. Ph. 563 or 564. Birth certificates have been filed in the office of the clerk for Douglas Ellsworth, son of Mr. and Mrs. B C. Peck, 1717 North Federal avenue, born March 10, and a girl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brown, 225 Thirteenth street northeast, born Feb. 16. Decker's lowana Pure Leaf Lard Is produced in sanitary kitchens -under U. S. Government inspection. from ftae Iowa-raised, corn-fed porkers. ''Enjoy your Easter dinner at the Y. W. C. A. cafeteria Sunday from 12 to 2 p. m. lowana hams, whole or half, Ib. 22^.0, vacuum cooked hams, round or flat, Ib. 49c, a home product for your Easter dinner. Carl Grupp Food Shoppe. Ph. 420. E. P. Tracy, stamp clerk at the postoffice, who has been ill for some time, is able to be back at work part time. Have your Easter Sunday dinner at Clear Lake Golf and Country club. Choice of chicken, fish or ham. · Music during dinner hour. Accept NO substitutes! Insist ·upon home-produced Lard from ' SUMMER OUTINGS ON PROGRAM FOR BOYS AND GIRLS F i n a l Arrangements f o r Property to Be Made in Near Future. Announcement was made here Friday of the action taken by the department of religious education of the Episcopal diocese of Iowa whereby the board of missions of this diocese will permanently estab lish a camp site for their yount people on the shores of Clear Lake A lease has been entered intc with the First National company o this city giving the diocese th ground formerly known as th Southshore Country club as thei camp site. It is expected that th diocese will take over this propert on which it now holds option an that this will become a permanen summer camp of this diocese. Thi summer, there will be at least tw camp periods, one for girls and fo lowed by one for boys. Precedin this, there will be a four-day clerg and lay conference. The clergy and lay conference will be conducted by the field department of the diocese of Iowa. lowana Pure Leaf kettle. . rendered. " 'home-grown porkers! Your' dealer has Decker's rd . . » open e%-:~ '·:-· " ; . ·'· Mrs, Ella Reed and son, Leor., Rock Falls, visited at the George Hurst home, 519 Twelfth street northwest, Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Get your Easter lilies and all other blooming plants and cut flowers at Kemble's Greenhouse. Phone 55. Firestone Tires, Batteries and Brake Lining are o£ best quality. Brewer Tire Battery Co., Inc. Get your Enster lilies and all other blooming plants and cut flowers at Kemble's Greenhouse. Phone 55. Domestic rabbit for Easter dinner. Ask your butcher. N. Iowa Babbit Breeders Assn. Ph. 3305. Farm Loans. Frorppfc service. Act now for spring. W. D, Patton, 109 E. State Street. Have your old mattress remade, complete with grade A tick, for $4.50. J. D. Farrer Co. Ph. 769. The Very Reverend Roland F. Philbrook, dean of the Trinity Cathedral at Davenport will be in Mason City within the next two weeks to complete the final arrangements for' Camp Morrison which is the diocesan camp for boys. This group will be at Clear Lake from June 22 to July 1 inclusive. The fee for the camp is Sip for the period including the ?2 registration fee. Activities will include swimming, tennis, boating and other activities with a definite training in religious education. Boys need not be members of the Episcopal church to be eligible for entrance, it was stated. Preceding Camp Morrison, there will be "Camp Friendly" conducted for girls along the same lines 1 as Camp Morrison. Camp Friendly is being sponsored by the diocesan organization of the Girls' Friendly oociety in the United States. The personnel of the camps will include a physician, qualified life guards to supervise the swimming and a dietary expert to supervise the food. It is expected that at least 150 boys will be in attendance a 1 . Camp Morrison and at least 75 girls will attend the Girls' Friendly camp. The Rev. "Robert M. Redenbaugh, local rector of the Episcopal parish has been appointed ehaplain of both camps and the program to be followed in the camps includes daily services in an open-air chapel. The group at these camps will represent all parts of Iowa and not only the surrounding towns. In another year, it is planned to make use of Victims of Tragedy at Holly Are Seen by Local Persons While in Holly, Colo., Mr. and ilrs. John H. Martin, 131 Crescent drive, visited the hospital in which 10 children were receiving treatment for exposure suffered wnen a bus stalled near Towner. Five children were frozen to death in this ragedy which occurred March 27. Mr. and Mrs. Martin returned Thursday night from a^ three months' absence, which they spent visiting in California. On the return trip they traveled thru the blizzard area, which they reported was worst between Dodge City, Kans. and west to Holly. "The children who were in the hospital were in much pain," Mr Martin declared. Many of them had frozen hands and legs. The physicians expected they would re cover and that no amputation would be necessary. "Carl Miller, driver of the bus stayed with the children after th bus stalled in a ditch and saw hi own daughter frozen to death. The he started for help. He, too, wa frozen to death. There were 1 survivors in the bus. "Near the center of the storm area we saw thousands of frozei cattle. I was talking to a rallroa official who said negotiations were being made to haul these in carload lots to rendering works. "At Holly the storm was reported to have been the worst in 40 years." MONTHLY REPORT OF POLICE CHIEF GIVEN MANAGER Fines and Forfeitures of Court Total $1,529, Says Sanford. Fines and forfeitures in police court totaled $1,529.05 during March, according to the regular monthly report made by F. R. Sanford, chief of police, to P. F. Hopkins, city naanager. Arrests made during the month totaled 160. property recovered Stolen amounted to 51,627. Property re- WILL ASK NORTH OWANS TO PUSH HOSPITAL PLANS Clausen-Worclin Post Will Sponsor Junior Baseball League Here. Clausen-Worden post of the American Legion at its April meet- ng Thursday evening voted in support of the executive committee decision to join with the legionnaires at Clear Lake in an effort to bring :he proposed veterans' hospital on a site somewhere along the lake shore and also obtain, if possible, the support of this plan by surrounding posts. This move was taken following a report on the project by Ralph Lloyd Jones, member of the joint Legion and Chamber of Commerce committee at work on the veterans hospital project. To Sponsor'Baseball. Commander T. A. Nettleton announced the executive committee of the post had decided to sponsor a junior baseball league in Mason City this season. The commander stated he hoped there would he at least six teams in the proposed league. Con Helbig reported the Memorial association was progressing rapidly in its plans for Memorial day on which occasion Gov. Dan Turner will be the speaker. The observance this year will eclipse all the celebrations of recent years, he said. To Provide Color Guards. On the motion by Lloyd Jones the post voted to pay the expenses of one man to the national conventions, for \vhich the drum and bugle corps 1 will provide two color bearers and two color guards for the carrying of the Mason City colors in the parades. By this arrangement the colors would be placed with the Mason City contingent. Entertainment at the meeting was supplied by a group of army men, with R. W. Baumgartner in charge. The act was a farcical takeoff on the navy. A squad of soldiers drilled by F. B. Shaffer furnished the opening laughs in the show. This was followed by an intelligence test conducted by Mr. Baumgartner. During an Interval some music was injected by several members of the Rusty Hinges. Five Are Arrested by Police; Intoxication Accounts for All Cases John Nelson, address unknown, was fined ?25 and costs at police court Friday morning on a charge of intoxication. He was arrested Thursday night at the Milwaukee roundhouse where he had been hanging around for several days, according to officers. Unable to pay his fine he was taken to the county jail for 30 days. Richard Golden forfeited a $15 bond and Mrs. Richard Golden forfeited a ?10 bond. They are both from Mason City and both were charged with intoxication. Stafford Lewis and J. T. Apple ton, both of Mason City, were each :ined 510 and costs on charges of intoxication. MILITARY BALL MONDAY EVENING Varsity Orchestra to Supply Music for First Dance After Easter. Officers of the national guar 65 GALLON TINS OF ALCOHOL ARE SEIZED IN RAID Jquor Taken From Basement of Bill Stewart Home in Bath Township. Sixty-five one gallon tins full of Icohol were siczed in the basemen f the Bill Stewart home, Bath ownship, by officers Thursday night. Stewart was arrested and i being held in the county jail. With the retail price of alcoho n Mason City at present about 51 a gallon, the liquor siezed would'b vorth approximately ?650, accord ng to officers. The alcohol tins were wrapped n heavy paper in bundles of five. Piled along the west wall in the vault of the county courthouse, the tins towered higher than a man's head. The warrant for the search was issued by United States Commissioner Stanley L. Haynes. The search was made by Deputy Shcr- ffs Ralph Schiffman, Walter Conn and Leo Risacher, detective from he police department. No stills or methods of manufac- uring the liquor were found on the lace. Stewart lives seven miles south and one mile east of Mason City. Easter Program Will Be Given at Portland The members of the committee which has charge of the management of the Easter exercises at the Portland church Sunday morning, are Bernice Letzrlng, Carol Ludeman and Ruth Pippert. The exercises will begin at 10:30 and an interesting program is being prepared. HOLD FOLLOW-UP MEETING. The fourth follow-up meeting of Union township group No. 3 of Farm Bureau women met at tha home of Mrs. Everett Callanan Wednesday afternoon. There were eight women present. The lesson was on "Feeding the Sick." Luncheon was served. Don't Be Fooled' Why use so-called "modern" shortenings or lard substitutes when you can buy Decker* s lowana Pure Leaf Lard 5f to a pound less? units state that everything is i readiness for the big military ba which will take place Monday ev ning at the armory. As this is -th first dance after lent, it is expccti. there will be a large crowd in a tendance. Music will be furnishe; by the Varsity orchestra, an eig piece musical organization composed of Mason City musicians. The guard companies in charga of the dance are Headquarters, F and H, made up of seven officers and 150 men, all from Mason City. Maj. George D. Crawford commands the second battalion'of the 133rd infantry, of which the local companies are a part. ANNOUNCEMENT We have Reduced prices. Have your Car washed "7 C j» or greased I «J i. Saino Quality Work as Before LAPINER MOTOR CO. You care more for your friend, writes a contemporary philosopher, if he has some points of superiority. But not if he points out those points.--Arkansas Gazette. BIG DANCE Corner o£ Sixth VnnBurcn SATURDAY NIGHT, APRIL 4 Admission 25c EVERYBODY WELCOME You save money and you get the finest Pure Leaf Lard produced ... open kettle rendered ... made in sanitary kitchens under United Spates Government Irfspec- tion. Give your support to pork products raised by farmers in this communi-tyl Support home industry* You save money! · And you obtain the best product on the market, too, when you buy Decker's lowana Pure Leaf Lard- Local merchants have it* the grounds during the entire summer period. ported stolen amounted to §2,947. Stolen property pending amounted to $1,320. One hundred eighty-five reports and complaints were received. Of that amount 183 were disposed of and two are pending. Two from previous months were disposed of and nine received from outside sources. Liquor Is Confiscated. Two quarts seven and a half pints of alcohol and four pints of home brew were confiscated and. turned over to the sheriff or to a Nine suspected li- buildings were AT THE HOSPITALS 80 ACRES WANTED Have for exchange a large 10 room house, full basement, city heat, excellent location, corner 2nd street and Penn. ave., 99 ft. frontage. CALL Phone 131 Kresgo Bldg. Daly Epigrams! To find work, go to work and look for it. WlDlLYCo PWJMBWOl HEATING CHURCHES UNITE IN SERVICE HERE Seven Ministers P r e s e n t Themes in Good Friday Observance. Seven Mason City ministers delivered "short messages on the Good Friday theme at a joint service held at the First Methodist church Friday afternoon from 12 to 3:00 o'clock. The speakers were the Rev. W. L. Dibble of the Congregational church, the Rev. G. H. Kohler of the Zion Methodist, the Rev. George G. Parker of the Central Lutheran, the Rev. George K. Davies of the First Presbyterian, the Rev. Jewel L. Pickett of the Baptist, the Rev. William Galbreth of the Olivet Methodist and the Rev. W. H. Spence of the First Methodist. Music for the service was supplied by various church musicians and choirs. An excellent attendance was reported. federal agent. quor traffic searched. No evidence was procured on six of the searches. Seven automobiles were stolen during- the- month of which number five were recovered and two are still pending-. Two automobiles were recovered for outside departments. The greatest number of arrests, 75 in all, were made for intoxication. Thirty-two arrests were made for disorderly conduct and 30 for investigation.. Eighteen were arrested for traffic violations and 14 for lar r ceny. 52 Forfeit Bonds. Fifty-two forfeited bonds at police court. Forty-two cases were dismissed and 26 sentenced to the city jail. Twenty were fined and 15 sent to the county jail. Three were delivered to outside officers and two cases are pending. Twenty persons were photographed and their pictures sent to state and federal bureaus. Sixty- four fingerprints were made and filed. Four identifications wore made by the state bureau and 34 by the national bureau. Twenty circulars were received from outside sources and filed. Mrs. Isaac True, 116 Thirteenth street northeast, was admitted to Park hospital for a major operation Thursday. Fern La Bounty, 21 Monroe- avenue northwest, was dismissed from Mercy hospital Thursday following a. minor operation. Jake Ennen, Britt. was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Thursday. ^ Elmer Golien, 113 Twenty-third street southeast, was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Thurs- PAKTOR'S BAKERYV *· Home Baked Goods Fresh Every Day 331 South Federal Phnnn 2U2 c-o HEATO Conl Dr. Horace Beemer EXTRACTION SPECIALIST X-RAV OF TEETH 3. O. I'ennev Bulldlnc ECONOMY Sootless BLACK HAWK 111. Lump KENTUCKY A - L $950 EASTER DANCE , Clear Lake Golf and Country Club MUSIC BY BOBBY GRIGGS and His Recording Band Saturday Night, April 4th We Will Wash or Grease Your Car for 99c Cars called for and delivered without charge. This is the regular 51.50 wash! S. R. CHEVROLET CO. First and Washington S. W. Whether the amount involved is large or small, we are ably qualified to handle the matter for you promptly, intelligently, confidentially. Owen Township Farm Bureau Has Meeting The Farm Bureau of Owen township held its monthly meeting Wcd- day. Mrs. Floyd Cottrell, 402 Jackson avenue northwest, was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Thursday. Thomas Holmes, 121 Second street northeast, was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Thursday. D. W- Craig, 229 Nintecnth street southeast, was admitted to Park hospital for a major operation Thursday. Mrs. F. E. Wells, 925 Delaware avenue northeast, was admitted to Park hospital for a major operation Thursday. Mrs. Mack Wadding, Glenville, Minn., was admitted to Park hospital for a minor operation Thursday. She was able to leave the same day. John Jimenez, 626 Jackson avenue southwest, was admitted to Park hospital for a minor operation Thursday. He was able to leave the same day. W. T. Gamble, 1016 East State street, was dismissed from Park hospital Thursday following a minor operation. Mrs. W. P. Scott, 224% South Federal avenue, was dismissed from Park hospital Thursday following a major operation. Jean Orthel, Woden, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a minor opera- DR. T. S. CLARK OSTEOFA.TUIO FHYS1CIAN General Practice--Ear, Nose, Throat M. B. A. Bldg. Phono 2193 SAVE MONEY We Insure Dwellings and Furniture Only . . . that's why Our Rates are LESS. See Oleson Insurance Agency Phono 1591 nesday evening Zirbel home. A motion picture, at the Herman tlon Thursday. Mrs. Andrew Peterson, Garner, VICE "Co-operative Po'iiltry" Products Marketing," was given. It showed how eggs and chickens are handled from the producer to the consumer in this and foreign countries. The program opened with community singing led by Mrs. Dick Fullerton, readings by John Heinselman, songs by Dick Fullerton, talk by Marion E. Olson, and a dialog, "Cheerful Caller," by Marian and Jeane O'Harrow. John Heinselman, Portland township was a guest. The next meeting will be held at the Orville Drury home May 6. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McEwen moved to their cottage at Clear Lake from their apartment at 404 Washington avenue northwest this week. Mr. McEweh is city clerk. was dismissed from Mercy hospital Friday following a major operation. Mrs. R. R. Sutton, 105 Georgia avenue southeast, left Mercy hospital Thursday following treatment. Raymond Hertzke, Lakota, was dismissed from Park hospital Thursday following a minor operation. Robert Krause, Rockwell, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital following a major operation. To Look "Beautifully" and to look "beautiful" you must have perfect eyesight. Have your Eyes examined by DR. H. W. KNUTSON, O. D. Over J. C.'Penney Store $£1950 Nut W.G. Block Co. PHONE 563 -- COAL - BLUE RIBBON LUMP COAL. RAINBOW LUMP COAL. PHONE 117C Consolidated COAL CO. $7.00 5OO -3 Week Leg Chicks from our Trap Nested Pens. From 300 egg Pedigreed Cockerels. These Chicks must be seen to be appreciated for growth and vitality. Our April hatchirig dates will soon be booked. We have more demand this year for our Leghorns than ever before in spite of general lower demand' for Chicks. There must be a reason. Every Leg Chick from our own Hocks and pens mated to Pedigreed Cockerels. Come and see our birds being Trap Nested and our Pedigree work. Our aim is a Trap Nested Breeding Farm of high producing winter layers. SWANS0N LEGHORN FARM Oak Flooring Special For H2 Better Grade Priced Accordingly N. DEGEN we will lay and sand, furnish material to cover a room 10 feet by 10 feet square. HG SOUTH MONROE HARD WOOD FLOOR SERVICE PHONE 1«73 Rcmemhcr the Name . . Spell It With Eggs KLEMME, IOWA We THRESHERS and TRACTORS Have some reiil bargains In the used line. All sizes for sale or trade. Also distributor of the new Avery Thresher. The new Case Tractor and Thresher also on display here. Stop and loolc them over before buying. You can'.t heat the new Case Tractor for light weight, enormous power, easy on fuel und long life. Look tip the Nebraska Tractor test and sec for yourself. Also have some good Steam Engines for sale. Write, Call or Phone C. O. HALVERSON Phone 389G MASON CITY, IOWA 10 Smillt Jefferson Ave. Tlie Chattanooga baseball team has signed up a girl pitcher. The fans will probably take p. fancy to her curves.--Austin Herald.. P ALMER JOHNSONW MOTOR CO. " GENERAL REPAIRING ALT. MAKES BODY WORK v GREASING EASTER CANDIES at Very Low Prices Rabbits, Chickens, Eggs . . . all kinds to select from . . . various sizes. And best of all, prices are very special. Whatever you want to buy, be sure to get our prices. Fancy Boxes for Gifts Beautiful Boxes for Easter Gifts. Remember your Mother, Wife, Sister, Friend Easter Sunday. Give "Her" a choice box of delicious canay. Very special prices Saturday and Sunday. Rendezvous Confectionery Luncheonette . 123 NORTH FEDERAL MASON CITY DIAMOND BREAD JINGLE-CONTEST 3rd Prize in the second week's jingle contest goes to GRAYCE EDNA THOMAS, 111 N. Adams, Mason City, for the following jingle: Fiithr.r iind Mother they know why Diamond Bread they always buy. It's lusty, nourishing, fresh every cluy, * In fuo.t, It's perfect in every way. HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW JINGLE? Kfttncmber! Thn contest Is still tfolng on and your opportunities to win are just OH good this week with a new .Tingle--look for it on our Diamond Rrcnd Wrappers. Mason City Baking Co. BAKERS OF DIAMOND -- THE BETTER BREAD

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