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March 30, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 23

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Mason City's Calendar i March 24-April 3--School spring vacation. Blardi 28-31--Globe-Gazette cooking school, high school auditorium. March 29-31--North Iowa building and home furnishings show, ;;_;. high school gymnasium. March 30--Veterans of Foreign Wars annual stag membership dinner. April I--Monthly meeting of U. C. T. and auxiliary at P. G. and E. auditorium, starting with 6:30 supper. April 2--"Seven .Last .Words .of Christ" by Dubois, 7:30 o'clock, St. John's Episcopal church. April 3--Early diagnosis campaign meeting of Cerro Gordo Count v Tuberculosis association at 12 o'clock noon, in Eadmar hotel. April J2--Annual nomination and election of officers of V. F. W. at hall at 7:30 p. m. Here in Mason City n 3Iiffinery at Mullaneys, 115 N.Fed . A moiion picture on safety was shown by Evron Karges, Y. M. C. A. boys work director, to the students of Central Heighls school Thursday morning. Rummage Sale, Fri. and Sat., 224 Sixth Place S. E. "Permanent Waving" our hobby. Lillian Reid's Beauty Shop. Patty and her gane presented a program enjoyed by old and young at the 1. O. O. F. home Wednesday evening. The program included several numbers by the orchestra, a mellophoiie solo, clarinet solo, violin solo, tap dances and songs. Advance ticket sale at Vance's for North Iowa Marimba Band, 25c. Roller Skating Carnival niffht, Friday, Armory. Hats, confetti «nd noise-makers free. Birth certificates have been filed for William Lewis, son of Mr. and. Mrs. Robert Stoyles, Mason City, born March 11; Dianna Joan, daughter of Mi-, and Mrs. David George Huey, 220 Seventh street northeast, born March 14; Marietta Pearl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Holland. Scholi, 501 First street northeast, born March 3, and Betty Lou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle K. Mur!, 1537 Delaware avenue northeast, born March 2. Dr. W. A. Pcpiii. foot specialist, located at B B Shoe store. Mrs. Harold E. Pinta, route 4, forfeited a $5 bond before Police Judge Morris Laird. Thursday on a charge o£ driving a car without proper license. She was arrested at 11:30 o'clock W e d n e s d a y morning at 23 Second street southeast. Real Estate Loans -- Hugh H. Shepard, Foresters Bldg. Ph. 284. § At Hospitals Norma Rice, 822 Connecticut avenue southeast, was admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for treatment. Anna Evenson, Joice, was admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for examination and treatment. Mrs. Roy L. Harman, Plymouth, was admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for treatment. Clifford Overbeck, 325 Twenty- ninth street southwest, was dfs- missed from the Park hospital Wednesday following a minor operation. Charles Card. Ventura, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday following a minor operation. CJark Edgington, Clear Lake, .was dismissed Irom the Park hospital Wednesday following a major operation. Mrs. Anna Keefe. 112 Fifteenth street northwest, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday following treatment. Juvenile Court Informal INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., (U.R--Ju- venile court here will be conducted informally--with all children, parents, and lawyers just gathered in a circle, Judge Wilfred Bradshaw has announced. Putting -a child on a witness stand tends to "develop an unsatisfactory complex," Judge Bradshaw said. Today's Biggest Clothing Values Spring woolens now on display. Tailored to your Individual measurements. Over 500 patterns lo chouse from. H EGG'S Glasgow Tailors New Location--56 2nd St. X. E. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1939 HUNDREDS VISIT EXHIBIT HERE ON DAY OF OPENING What's New in Homes Attractively Displayed in 30 Colorful Booths "This way, folks--see the mammoth tooth dug from a Mason City gravel pit!" "See the latest tiling in a garbage can, ladies and gentlemen. It makes the garbage disappear like magic!" "Hurry over and feast your eye-; on the plug cap that blew off from a water main Wednesday morning, causing a water shut-off in the city for a short time;" There are no spielers at the Mason City Building and Home Furnishings show. If there were, they would be barking about such objects as mentioned in the foregoing lines--and more--because it's all a part of the seventh annual exposition at the high school gymnasium. No Honkeytonk But there is no honkeytonk, no revolving bar, no foolishness. No capers are necessary to get the people interested in the trends of tomorrow. The hundreds o£ persons who were the first to move in on the three-day exposition Wednesday and early Thursday caine to see. for themselves what's new in home building, modernizing, appliances, furnishings and financing.'And it's all there--in 30 colorful booths. Whether it's a home of frame construction, brick or concrete, that the prospective builder is considering, the answer to all his questions is found at the show. He can pick out his foundation, his roof, his window casements, inside cabinets, paint, plumbing and what not? Then he can step to one of three or four other booths and arrange the financing of the structure. They Discuss Plumbing Heating systems in oil, gas anci coal ara displayed for the prospect's perusal. Air conditioning units for the home are being demonstrated. The plumbing situation can be discussed. And furnishings -- everything from the laundry room to the attic. It's all on display at the high school gym. There are enough electric refrigerators on parade at the show to furnish an entire block of homes. And enough washing machines to clean up a .cellar full of dirty clothes. Insulation is one of the prominent features of the show. At least two firms are demonstrating hoiv the insulation material can be blown into walls'of the home. Nor is the garage forgotten. If it's overhead.doors that (he prospect is interested in, the show is the place to see them. Among the newest innovations to be seen are a stove with a glass oven door, a stove with a grill attachment and a stoker with hydraulic transmission. Finance Firms on Job Banks and finance companies are on the job with literature to explain how easy it is to finance new homes, modernization and the installation of new equipment and furnishings. By far the loveliest corner in the bright exposition is the spot that abounds with Easter liilics, snapdragons, ferns and other flowers. In the center is a table set with fancy glassware and appointed with bright tapers. Anyone who becomes lost in the wilderness of modern ideas can regain his bearings by getting in touch with the information booth at the north central part of the gymnasium, where officials of the North Iowa Builders' Exchange and Chamber of Commerce employes will cheerfully offer the right directions. The show continues through Friday, opening at 1:30 daily and closing at 8:30 o'clock. High School Singers Entertain at Meeting of Townsend Club No. 3 Miss Ellen Smith and a group of her high school singers entertained at the weekly meeting of Townsend club No. 3 at the PG. E. auditorium Wednesday evening. The program, which delighted those in attendance, included a mixed group in songs, a girls' trio, a mixed quartet, a girls" quintet and a boys" sextet. Next week's meeting will be held on Friday evening. 1,500 Look at Home Styles BUS CRASH SUIT ENDS IN DECISION AGAINST WIDOW Judge Rules Bus Driver Not Employe of School District at Crash One of the suits resulting from :he bus crash here in October, 1937, came to an end Wednesday with a- decision by Judge T. A. Beardmore denying compensation to Mrs. Gertrude Simpson for the death of her husband, Rex Simpson, driver of the bus. She had sought to recover under the Iowa workmen's compensation law trom the Remvick independent school district and the Employers Mutual Casualty company insurance carriers. ' The- deputy industrial commissioner of Iowa, Ralph U. Wood- .·ock, acting as arbiter in the case warded the widow compensation but on appeal to the industrial commissioner the decision was reversed on the grounds that the bus driver v.'as not a bona fide em- ploye of tlie school district at the '.line of the accident. The decision of the industrial commissioner was appealed to the district court here by Mrs. Simpson but Judge Beardmore upheld the decision of the state official. Dixie is the region where a pool- man's wife does without other necessities until she completes her set of sterling tableware.--Kc- wanee Star Courier. MRS. KOTTMAN SERVICES HELD Rites at St..James Lutheran Church; Burial at Rockwell Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Kottmann, 76. who died at her home, 541 Fifth street southeast, Monday afternoon, following an illness, were, held at the St. James Lutheran church at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. O. Mall, pastor of the church, was in charge of services. Mrs. Raymond Keister s a n g '·Nearer My God to - Thee" and "Saved by Grace." She was accompanied by Mrs. O. Mall at the organ. In Charge of Flowers Mrs. Gustav Radunzel- and Mrs. Guy Davis were in charge of flowers. Attending the services were Mrs. Anna MacDonnlcl. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Kammier, Miss Gladys Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kottmann, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kottmann, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rohn, Sheffield. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Brown, Mrs. Fred Agler. Mrs. Ella Beck, Mrs. John Henrickson, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baker. Lavernc and Russell Baker Mr. and Mrs. Alley Kottmann, Mr. and Mrs. Armand Nicollct, Thornton- Others Attend Mr. and Mrs. Will Amendt, Clear Lake, H. C. Reiter, Charles .City, Mrs. Emma Glaze, Ackley Mr. and Mrs. H. Gaarder, Northwood, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Johnson and children, Rock Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Distelmeier Henry Amendt and C h a r l e s Amendt, Rockwell. Pallbearers were William. Elmer and Lawrence Kottmann, Henry and Charles Amendt and Grant Johnson. Burial was at the Rockwell cemetery. DRAKE CHOIR COMING APRIL 11 Group of Singers To Make Spring Tour Next Month Drake university's a capella choir, women's chorus, men's choru?, featuring the women's trio and men's quartet, will appear in Mason City April 11 on the tour of the northern and central part of Iowa beginning April 11 and cv- tending through April n The choir, under the'direction of Prof. Stanford Hulshizer. will Mrs. Delia Bruce Services Held at Rockwell Church Funeral services for Mrs. Delia Bruce, 78, who died at her home at Rockwell Monday following an illness of several months, were held at the Baptist church at Rockwell Wednesday afternoon, with the Rev. L. A. McCauley in charge. Gilbert Grummon, Edwin Grum- rnon, Mrs. Hejn-y Bergman and Mrs. Ed Callahaii sang "Under His Wings" and "There'll Be No Tears in Heaven." Gilbert Grummon also sang a solo, "Sunrise." Mrs. Addie Miller and Miss Anna Hinrichs were in charge of flowers. Pallbearers were Henry Bergman, Arthur Jackson, John Oetken, William Grummon, John Hinrichs and D. E. Roland. Burial was at the Rockwell cemetery. FELLOWSHIP OF PRAYER Daily Lente nDevotional By DR. GAIUS G. ATKINS "Stir Up the Fire" Thursday, March 30. Wherefore I put thee in remembrance that thou stir up (rekindle) the gift of God, which is in thee . . . Read If Timothy 1:3-6. A hearth without a fire on it, is pretty dismal. But light the fire and everything is changed. No wonder Paut applies the analogy to the ways and qualities of life. So many possible gifts and graces are like unkind led fires. They were meant to burn high, glow with light, warm the lonely with fellowship as do household fires, get good work done as do boiler and Xorge fires, and we let them burn so low--or go out- Fear smothers them, selfishness turns them into smoke, the cares of this world mantle them with ashes. Stir up the fire! But be sure it is love's fire, duty's fire. j an intensity of goodness, zeal for the well-being of others. The trouble with our world now is that v.-e have been stirring up the wrong kind of fire. Prayer: Almighty and All Merciful Father of all Spirits and Author of al! Good, forgive us our slothfulness in goodness and our dull use of the gifts and graces with which Thou hast endowed us. "Blow, winds of God, awake and blow The mists of earth away." In His Name Whose Spirit can transform and enkindle our spirits Amen. LIBRARY LISTS BOOKS FOR HOME Plans and Designs Given in Collection Prepared by Staff In connection with the building and home furnishing show now in progress at the high school the 'Mason City library staff has prepared a group of books 011 home construction in the general self education program. Outstanding among the group is the book "Selected Small Homes" which shows designs and floor plans for more than 20 snialJ modern homes. This book was purchased by tiie library to satisfy borrowers' demands for plans of small houses. Stresses Four Kootn-s The book "New Improved Artistic Homes" also has small home plans and it displays attractivi designs for lour and three room homes with dinettes. According to the library staff the ' Book of Bildcost Gardened Home" published by the Better Homes and Gardens magazine has proved popular with the readers The volume has been borrowed at least once a month during the past two years it has been in the library. List Practical Book "The House of Health" is a practical book written foe comfort and economy in building. The volume discusses roofing, flooring, insulation, wiring and heating. Another outstanding book is "Snug Homes of Friendly Wood" which gives 12 original house Plans. The plans stress the largest amount of space at the lowest cost possible. Other books in the collection give practical suggestions on attractive furnishings for the home and stress economy in planning a modern house. LPHERD'S m*sDn eiivs Wilt Speak at Bar Meeting John C. Shipley, Mason City attorney, will review a book prepared by (he American Bar association concerning the economics of (he legal profession Saturday noon at the monthly meeting of the Cerro Gordo Car association in the Hotel Eadmar. Union Memorial Will Present Candlelight The Union Memorial M. E church choir of 15 voices will present a candlelight and cro«s vesper service Sunday evening commemorating Palm Sunday The service will feature spiritual interpretations of songs from plantation days to the present time. Special numbers also will be presented by the choir during the morning services on Palm and Easter Sundays. The Rev. G N Jones is the pastor. DRIVING HEARING IN POLICE COURT CONTINUED HERE Ivan V. Standley Held on Charge of Operating Car While Intoxicated The hearing for Ivan V. Standley, 306 Third street northeast, charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, was continued until Saturday by Police Judge Morris Laird Thursday morning. Standley was released by police upon posting a bond of $500. He was arrested at 1:3D o'clock Thursday morning at Nineteenth street and Jefferson avenue southwest. James II. MacDonald, 218 Thirteenth street northeast, who was riding with Standle3', forfeited a bond of 510, posted when held on a charge of intoxication. Cecil Carter, Northwood, Bill Smith, Newton, and Arnold J Lavin, 2317 Nineteenth street southwest, \vere each fined $10 and costs on charges of intoxication. Carter was arrested at State street and Pennsylvania avenue at 3:30 o'clock Thursday morning; Smith was arrested in the 100 block on South Federal avenue at 9:50 o'clock Wednesday evening; and Lavin was arrested on Fourth street southwest at 5:25 o'clock Wednesday afternoon Smart Decorative Motif Balanced By Built-in Lighting i.luminaHon for seein, a.d decorati , are combined in . variety of attractive By Jean Prentice T-jRAMATIC changes are becom- ··-' ing noticeable in home lighting. To the man and woman poring o\ : er blue prints of a new home, or to the family planning modernization of an older house, these developments suggest interesting possibilities. Infinite Variety Light, in its most advanced artistic expressions, ma" now be found flowing from built-in ceiling panels, from the tops of doors or windows, from windows in in- M'de walls . . . and from other surprising places! We are beginning to discover t h a t light holds many possibilities for new decorative treatment in the home. Like the sculptor's clay, it is flexible. It can be blended into the decorative scheme of a room. Take, for example, a small li- brary or den, as here illustrated, where spaciousness is created by clever planning. A mirrored wall behind the lounge reflects the opposite side of the room. The grained walis have a stream-lined appearance and the bookshelves at the left are built-in. Diffused Light Is Smooth Stepping right in line with the design of the room is the built-in lighting in the ceiling. It takes up no additional space. A single metal trough (seen again in the mirror) conceals the bulbs. The light is directed to the rounded ceiling surface above the trough and reflected smoothly down on the entire length of the lounge. Never, never should abundance of light be sacrificed for decorative effects in locations where it is needed for eye tasks. There is rio sacrifice here. The lighting on the required amount, well-diffused and without glare. Glass Bricks Cleverly Used Even from a reclining position on this lounge, a person does not subject his eyes to harmful glare. Highly pleasing, too, in this room, is the lighted glass brick window which may be seen reflected in the mirror! Though rcnliy an inside wall, the window suggests the out-of-doors. Back of the window is a small space- between it and a second wall. Here on the floor are placed reflectors. These send some of their light up to the wall behind the window, to be reflected back on the glass blocks. They also send some of their light directly to the window. Silhouetted against the window are a plant and books . . . graceful A P R I L FOOL and EASTER CANDIES Martha's Candy Shop 25 West State TOWNSEND RECOVERY PLAN Learn About It Miss Roberta Schmale, National Lecturer Y.W.C.A. Friday, March 31, at 7:45 P. M, FREE . . . COME! Blaming our parents for our fault.-: j»- aie best alibi. H enables 1 · ,, i us to I""' trying without feeling sing a group of old Latin motets 1 ashamed of our moral laziness -by Palestrina, .several sacred Rus- ! Founlain Inn Tribune sian songs by Rachmaninoff and 1 ~ Glinka, and several folk songs. ' The women's chorus, directed by Margaret Corbin, assistant professor of singing at Drake university, will sing a group of Russian songs, sacred songs, and some more modern numbers. The male chorus, directed by Professor Hulshizer, will include in their numbers Handel's "Where E'er You Walk" and selections from several operas. Edith Pascoe, soprano, will be featured with the men's quartet whose repertoire will include Strauss' "Blue Danube Waltz" Kauntz's "Cossack Lovers," and several other numbers. Try and Find One A woman writer has made the statement that women don't like perfect husbands. How do they know whether they would like them or not? -- Lcavcmvorth Times. livergood Bros. WATCHES - DIAMOND!) EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING DIAMOND SETTING ELGIN, WALTHAM and LEROY Wrist Watches for GRADUATION Xew models priced low as SI5. Buy Ins or her watch on our Lay-Away plan. Come downstairs . . . save money. Ady's Watch Shop 13 West Stale Thonc 88$ lounge meets the scientific stand- and pleasing additions to the dec- ards lor reading safely. H is of the SEE THE INTERESTING EXHIBITS! YOU ARE WELCOME TO VISIT THE FREE BUILDING SHOW FRIDAY... Is the Last Day! THE PLACE: High School Gym THE TIME: 1:00 to 9:30 P.M. PLAN TO BE THERE! E r t rf * ; £ ;

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