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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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Mason City News on This Page SATURDAY, APRIL 4,1931 North Iowa's Home Newspaper City's \ ~ April 4--XI. C. T. and auxiliary supper at P. G. E. at 6:80. 'April 6--Annual military ball of National guard units. April 8, 9, 10 ana 11--Boys' hobby . show, sponsored by ,Y. M. C. A. and Kiwanls club. April 13--April term of court opens ' under Judge M. F. Edwards, April 18--Naturalization hearing at Cerro Gordo county courthouse. COUNTY TO VOTE ON $115,000 BONDS 4 Here In Masoe City /·· Kentucky Nut--$6.75 delivered, for spring fires. W. G. Block Co. \ Th. 563 or 564. ' . ( Watkins Superfine Vanilla. Ph, I 3125J. ( Enjoy your Easter dinner at the i Y. W. C. A. cafeteria Sunday from "· 12 to 2 p. m. Have.your'old mattress remade, .complete with grade A tick, for $4.50. 3. D. Farrer Co. Ph. 769. , Have your. Easter Sunday dinner at Clear Lake Golf and Country club. Choice of chicken, fish or ham. ··Music during dinner hour. Call C. K. Kinney for late style j spring draperies. Ph. 2538W. The next meeting of Oie, Mason City Ministerial association will be held Monday, April 20 at the Y. M. C. A., it was announced Saturday. ' No meeting will be held next Monday ··'" Get your Easter HHes and all other blooming plants and cut .flowers at Kemble'a Greenhouse. ' phone 55. ' ' Eat your Sunday dinner, 12 to 2. at the Home Tea Room. Roaal chicken and dressing, fried chicken 'or steaks, 75c. Chicken dinner Sat- ·urday evening. Get your Easter llllea and all other blooming plants and cut flowers at Kemble's; Greenhouse ' Phone 55. f " Special Easter dinner. Soda Grill, "Clear Lake. Announcement was made Frldaj ^ that'Sam Raizes store would be- .fcome a .unit in a nationwide organi- fzatlon.comprising 250 departmenl stores which will sell the Defiance automobile tire, a product of the B T; Good rich Rubber company. The REMODELING OF COURTHOUSE TO BE CONSIDERED Supervisors Announce Plans for Rebuilding Old Structure. Vf. D. Gibson, chairman of the Cerro Gordo county board of super- isors, Saturday announced that the ioard had decided definitely to rtace the matter of voting* bonds or the remodeling of the courthouse before the voters on June 16, making- use of the special election ailed for consideration of the state oad bond issue. The courthouse bond issue will be or a total of $115,000, the amount estimated for a complete renovation if the building and for the contraction of an addition, 25 by 58 eet on the north side. This addition viJl contain two large vaults In the jasement, two on the main floor and additional court facilities on the second floor. The proposed changes will jreatly add to .the vault space, en-' arge the office of the treasurer and jrovide for additional offices in the jasement and larger quarters for district court sessions on the second loor. The structure will be made [reproof and structurally safe thruout. Plans for the remodeling jrogram have been drawn by Ben lenry, local architect. Voting on the question of remodeling- the building this year is made possible by .the fact that a bill per- nitting counties to issue bonds for :he purpose of remodeling court- louse buildings was passed by the state assembly this year. The supervisors had contemplated submitting the matter last year, but postponed it when it was learned that under ;he existing laws there was no authority for this type of project. The need of providing a safe place for the records of the county, is the chief motive for the proposition, it was stated. benefit by co-opera- 1 "Above all a good roof. Roof cstl- toiates furnished. Mica Insulating Roofing and Supply Co. Phone 454 ?00 Fifth St. S. W. , !\ Eat your Easter dinner at Thi ! Boda Grill, Clear Lake. ·jj-A fire in the automobile belong ing to G. Goodwin, 119 Fourth itrcet northeast, in the alley at thi j'ear of hig home, was extinguishet by the fire decartment following a fcall at 4:58 Friday evening Llttlo .pamage was done the car. I Have .Easter .Sunday dinner a (Clear Lake Golf and Country club Chicken, fish'or ham. Music during pinner. Appreciate reservations. ( The I. O. O. F. dancing club 1 ^"iheduled to hold Its regular dancing iarty at tha I. O. O. F. hall Mondav vening. Guest cards will be Issue" *Jt the door. Allen's Harmonizing 5?our will furnish the music for th evaning. All Good Fellows and Re Ihekahs have been Invited to attem (This will be one of the last partie 'of the.season. 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 134 Kj-esgo Bldg, I Daly Epigrams! ] Tho barber Is the only man who headwork with his hands. fla p W. J.DALY Co ', rvnssmo HKATIKa We Will Wash or Grease Your Car for 99.c Cars called for and delivered w'thout charge. This la the re -lar $1.50 wash! S. R. CHEVROLET CO. First and Washington S. W. Two Actions Filed on Auto-Motorcycle Accident March 23 Nathan Lapiner is the defendant in two actions filed in the district court Friday afternoon, the cases resulting from an accident on March 23 £B First street and Monroe avenue southwest, when, it ia alleged, his automobile collided with a motorcycle operated by R. (J. Thompson. Mr. Thompson asks ?525 damages for alleged injuries, while C. A. Williams, who states he is the owner of the motorcycle, seeks to recover $300. LODGE CONDUCTS ULRICK SERVICE Employes of Milwaukee Act as Pallbearers at Funeral Rite. Funeral services for James Frank Ulrick, 424 Seventh street southeast, were held at the McAuley funeral home Friday afternoon. The Rev. William H. Spence, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiated. Burial was at Memorial Park cemetery. Pallbearers were Leo Mather, V. L. Ncibergall, Herman Everett, J. G. Love, E. A. Winter and -J. L. Llevold, all conductors of the Milwaukee railroad for which Mr. Ulrick was a conductor. "In the Garden" and "Lead Kindly Light" were sung by Mrs. W. F. Ingraham and Miss Erma Wllhelm, accompanied by Mrs. George Stevens. Members of the I. O. O. F. and Debekah lodges attended the funeral In a body. The I. O. O. F. had charge of the services at the grave. COUNCIL DECIDES AGAINST STATION Corner Entrance Prohibited; Oil Company Breaks Down Curb. Corner entrances to filing stations were prohibited in Mason City by a unanimous decision made by a quorum of city council members who met at the corner of Sixth street and South Federal avenue, :hc site of a new White Eagle sta- :ion, Saturday morning. Contractors building the Elation ocated on_ the southeast corner of the intersection had already broken down the existing curb and officials of the oil company contended they were within their rights according :o the permit-granted by the city NJo' previous city ordinance specifically covered the question. Only one station In Mason City now has a corner entrance and the city Is at present engaged in lega action concerning an accident which occurred on the corner last winter according to city officials. The White Eagle company is planning three local stations to be built soon Corner entrances to stations involve a question of public safety declared P. F. Hopkins, city manager. Members of the council present a the meeting were Mayor E. S. Selby J. J.- Burns and Herman Knudson A Boston heiress has marriEd a plumber. The concentration of wealth seems to go on.--American Lumberman. Home or Business? Which offers the best opportunity to a girl for marriage? READ Love, Preferred By Edna Kobb Webster Beginning Tuesday, April 7 in the Globe-Gazette Whether the amount involved is large or small, we are ably qualified handle the matter for you promptly, intelligently, confidentially. , UNITED SERVICE MC. City Granted Licenses Expire, Says City Clerl All city licenses expire April and many persons who operate un der licenses htrve not yet renewei them, according to J. H. McEwen city clerk. Theaters, pool halls anc other types of businesses operating under license, plumbers and pthe trades and businesses are requirec to renew the licenses, Mr. McEwen said. Gigaret licenses are 'handlei" by the state, he pointed out. AT THE HOSPITALS Mrs. H. H. Shields, Hanlontown was admitted to Park hospital fo examination and treatment Friday Mrs. G. C. Logue, 513 Fifth street southeast, was admitted tr Mercy hospital for treatment FrI day. ' W. W. Broers, route 5, was ad mitted to Mercy hospital for a ma jor operation Friday. L. Paine, route 3, Garner, wa. admitted to Mercy hospital for a major operation Friday. Mrs. Louis Hawkins, Ruthven was admitted to Park hospital fo examination and treatment Friday W. H. Turnbull, 2015 Pennsyl vania avenue southeast, was ad mitted to Park hospital for a mino operation Friday. Mrs. Steve Powers, Lakota, wa admitted to Park hospital for ; minor operation Friday. Mrs. H. J. McPeek, 639 Eas State street, was admitted to Par hospital for a major operation Fri day. Tommy Fambrough, Pragu Okla., was admitted to Mercy hos pital for treatment Friday. Mrs. Francis Odle, Charles City was admitted to Mercy hospital fo a minor operation Saturday. An eight pound six and one-hal ounce son was born to Mr. an Mrs. Earl Cornelius, 223 Twenty sixth street southwest, at Merc hospital Friday. ^ Mrs. Andrew Peterson, Game who underwent a major operatic at Mercy hospital, was dlsmisse Friday. Harper Joslyn, 515 East Mai street, Cl:ir Lake, who underwen a major operation at Park hospito was dismissed Friday. Mrs, Ray Heabner, 15 Jefferso avenue southwest, was dismisse from Park hospital Friday follow ing a minor operation. W. E. Slafter, Rockford, wo dismissed from Park hospital B'r day following a major operation. Mrs. John- A. Winters and in fant son, 622 Van Buren avenu northwest, were dismissed from Park hospital Friday. _ Jean Orthel, Woden, was dis missed from Mercy hospital Satur day following a minor operation. Mrs. Olaf Ulen, 38 Twenty fourth street southwest, underwen a major operation at Park hospita Saturday morning. 198 GLASSES OF HOBBY CONTESTS LISTED IN SHOW libbons for Achievements to Be Awarded to Exhibit Place Winners. Competitions in the Y. M. C. A. nd KHvanis club hobby show to be eld April 8, 9, 10 and 11 in the Y. M. C. A. will be divided into 198 iassificatlons. These are grouped nto divisions.. First, second and hird achievement ribbons will be awarded in each of these classiflca- lons la addition to shields and cups 'asecl on point totals. The classifications are: Division A, natural history-locks, fossils, sea shells, butterflies and moths, insects, birds mounted, birds alive', animals mounted, live animals, plants, voods, leaves, seeds, flowers ressed, sand and soils. Division B,--coins -- American, 'oreign,- American paper money, oreign paper money and medals and badges. Division C, Stamps--IT. S. collection, U. S. Precancels, foreign stamps, covers, air mail, best display and blocks. Variety Is Wide. Division D, miscellaneous--But tons, magazine covers, newspaper cartoons, marbles, newspaper head lines, post cards, cigar bands, rib bons, gum wrappers, samples, business cards, calling cards, nails scrap books, flags, pennants, pen ells, rubber bands, pins, candy wrappers, keys, confection prizes minerals, furs, blotters, photo-al Dums, bottle covers, stickers, match book covers, neckties, spools, soap samples, puzzles, auto pictures movie star pictures, knot tying drum heads and calendars. . Division E, Curios--Guns, swords and other curios. Division F, history and relics-Articles of white civilization and ar tides of Indian civilization. Division G, aquariums--Any form living' life In water. Handicraft Is Included. Division H, handicraft--Furni ture, tables, lamps, articles of pla; sleds, scooters, articles of spor bows, arrows, kites, metal work boats, toys and ship models. Division I, -bird houses--'Small inches by 8 inches; large 7 by inches up. Division J, art--Drawing such s. landscape or coal or pen, oil'or pas tel painting, clay models, soap mod els, posters, basket work, mat worl weaving, carving, embroidery, tin foil work, landscape models, wate coloring, needlecraft and beads. Division K, technical-t--Radio, elec trical apparatus, articles mado fro; "Erector" or "Tinker toy" and mis ccllaneous inventions. Drawing CInsscs Announced. Division L, drawing--Mechanica architectural, free hand and car toons. * Division M, comera craft--Pic tures exposed and developed by th exhibitor and pictures exposed b the exhibitor and developed by som ono else. Division N, father and son--An article made by or any collection bj Division O, cooking--Cakes, cook ies, pies and candies. Division P, project work--Fion eer manuals, leathercraft, shov cards, cartoons, taxidermy, pictur transferring, baby R. O. G. air planes, endurance tractors, commer cial fuselage models, scale flyin fuselage models, handicraft, frienr ship sticks, plaster casting an leather burning. jpecial Committee to Welcome Women at Templar Dinner J. H. Tail, eminent commander of IB Antioch commandery of Knights emplar, which is to attend a spe- al Easter service at the Congrega- onal church at 11 o'clock Sunday lorning, announced that a women's eception committee had been se- 'Cted to welcome the wives of vis- ing knights. It will be in the )bby of the HoteJ Hanfo'rd, where he knights will march In a body immediately after the service." The knights of surrounding com- anderies are to be the guests of he Mason City, members at the diner in tha Hotel Hanford. The'committee in charge of wel- omlng the women for the occasion onsists of officers of the Antioch ommandery. They are Mrs. J. H. "·ait, Mrs. E. H. Wagner, Mrs. Roy ·IcEwen and Mrs. Ed Stoltz. H. S. Kentner Fined $100 at Police Court for Reckless Driving H. S. Kentner, 20, Mason City, laborer, was fined $100 and cost on a charge of reckless drivin when he appeared at police cour Saturday morning. He was arresl cd at 1:30 o'clock Saturday morn Ing for driving In a fast and reck less manner. Records show he wa intoxicated. Otis Sheldon, address unknown was fined ?25 and costs on charge of loafing. The sentence wi suspended. Charles Ots, Edna Grayson an Faye Hepwood, all of Mason City were each fined $10 and costs o charges of intoxication. Dehlia Blackwell, Mlnneapol! was arrested and is being held fo federal authorities at Mlnneapol where she is wanted on liquor vio Intion charges. EDNA FKIXZ INJURED Edna Fritz, rural, received broken-nose in a fall from a hors Friday afternoon. She was taken i Mercy hospital for treatment bu was able to leave Saturday. A writer declares that ever single man makes a false step soon er or later. Thereafter, of course, h is known as a married man.--Pass ing Show. 1 UNDULANT FEVER S DISCUSSED BY C. E, DAKIN CHARLES SMITH SUED FOR $1,000 iarl Cornelius Alleges He Forced Him to Drive Car Into Curb. ' Earl V. Cornelius has filed an act lion in the district court asking judgment for ?1,000 against Charle Smith for alleged damages. Mr. Cor nellus alleges the defendant with a team of horses and a wagon drov on to East State street across th path of the plaintiff's automobili and forced the plaintiff to drive hi machine into the curb. The claim i made that Mr. Smith gave no warn ng of the fact that he was goinj to cross the street. The plaintif asks $450 damages resulting to hi. automobile and $550 for injuries. MRS, BEILFUSS SUCCUMBS HERE Funeral Services Will B Held Monday Afternoon; Burial at Elmwood. / Funeral services for Mrs. Herma Beilfuss, 73 years old, 514 Sevent street southeast, will be held at 2:3 o'clock Monday at the home and a 2:45 o'clock at St. James Lutherar church. Mrs. Beilfuss, who suffere a stroke five years ago and has bee in failing health since that tim died at her home Friday afternoon Mrs. Beilfuss, who before her ma rlage was Henrietta- Blank, wa born In Germany in 1858. She cam to the United States with her par ents at the age of 7 years and lo cated in Chicago where she attenc ed the public schools. She was con firmed in the Lutheran faith in 187: She and Mrs. Beilfuss were mai rled in 1876 at Chicago. Three o their five children died in infancy The family moved to I-Iawkeya i 1898 and lived there until 1912 whe it moved to Mason City. Mrs. Beilfuss was a member St. James Lutheran church and the Ladies Aid. She is survived by her husbani a son, William Beilfuss, 612 Caro Una avenue southeast, a daughte Mrs. Edith Rehwlnkel, 514 Sevent street southeast, and a granddaugh tcr, Edna Rehwlnkel. The body is in state at the Pa terson funeral home.' ieport for Past Year Shows No Casesjn City, Says Director. , No cases of undulant fever have een reported In Mason City for ome time and the report for the Iscal year ending March 31 showed no cases, according to Dr. C. E. Jakin, health director. However the disease is becoming ore of a problem than typhoid ever, Dr. Dakin said and added hat California law requires all cows o be tested for tha disease. "The prevalence in Iowa of undulant fever is of especial interest o the stockraiser," says the Iowa tate Department of Health. "This ; true not only from an economic standpoint but also because of the otential hazard to himself and his 'amily. Prolonged intensive study and investigation conducted in the United States and in Europe indicate that undulant fever of man )ears a close relationship to Bang's disease or contagious abortion of domestic animals, partlculary cattle and hogs. "The goat appears to be a natural reservoir of the organisms which cause undulant fever in man. This animal h arbors the" organism and gives it off in the milk, without manifesting any symptoms herself. The relative scarcity of goats in Iowa practically eliminates this species from the problem of the control of undulant fever In this state. But the presence of cattle and hogs which are infected In such largo numbers with the organism of contagious abortion constitutes a hazard to humans which must be considered. "Since 1026, several hundred cases o{ undulant fever have been reported in the United States. In Iowa in 1928, 172 cases and 12 deaths and in 1930, 145 cases and i deaths were reported. These\figures gave case fatality rates of 7 and 2.7 respectively while the case fa- tality rates for scarlet fever for the same years were 1.1 and 2.1. "The disease may- be transmitted to humans thru raw milk or by contact, especially with cows or hogs at the time ,of abortion. Veterinarians and stoclfmen should observe extra precautions when attending abort- Ing cows or hogs. Avoid all exposure, If there are abrasions of the skin of hands or arms. There is evidence that the organism can penetrate the unbroken skin. "Rubber gloves, and the immediate use of proper disinfectants after handling is earnestly recommended. Most cases of undulant fever in Iowa are caused by the porcine (hog) type of the abortion bacillus. The infection can be transmitted from hogs to cattle and from cattle to hogs. Adequate pasteurization of milk and sterilization of milk utensils will safeguard the consumer against infection thru milk. Where pasteurization Is not feasible. the use of tested cows only to supply milk is recommended, or if this is not possible, the milk should be boiled." Another sign that the depression is passing is that the bread lines are breaking up and reforming at the public golf links. -- Judge. , 0. K. BARBER SHOP E Has moved to a new location in the Elks Building. The personnel Is now ready to meet and give i service to old "and new patrons. ; D. V. DANIELSON ' G. C, LOGUE - A. L. DIEBLER " BARBERS s -- i DAMON'S Inc. Nos. ^ 6521-651 w ~^jn *H, .af*- -- "* i Not a \ ·^ Frown in a McCall Pattern! ·*-, There are no black moments when you are ready to give up in despair -- not when you use a McCall Pattern. One operation follows another with cloct-l Ice precision. Result -- a perfect frock! Nos. 6527 And 6525 K « sW i n CQC f f , IP M c C A L i L ! P A T T E R N S Use the Want Ads. SUNDAY DINNER Fried Chicken Dinner or Chicken with Noodles BARBECUED HAM AND RIBS 50c Lester Cafe RAILWAY EMPLOYE'S PENSION PLAN Meeting at P. G. E. flidg. Sunday, April 5th at 2:80 F. M. R. N. Reuber, M. D. 21 y t S. Federal (Above J. J. Newborry Store) INTERNAL MEDICINE PHYSICAL THERAPY SKIN DISEASES Telephone, Office 3880, Reg. 25BO ANNOUNCEMENT We have Reduced prices. Have your Car washer] 17 p or grcnscd / D C Same Quality Work na Before LAPINER MOTOR CO. TYPEWRITERS (ALL MAKES) SOLD RENTED REPAIRED LORING-FARMER CO. 107 E. State Phone 848 Seventh Annual MILITARY BALL At Mason City Armory MONDAY NIGHT, APRIL 6 Music By the VARSITY CLUB ORCHESTRA OF MASON CITY Benefit Mess Funds: Second Battalion Headquarters Company, Company F, Company H, One Hundred Thrty-thlrd Infantry Iowa National Guard COUPLES $1 ... EXTRA LADIES 25c You are cordially Invited to attend this hlg dance. This In the first dance after I^enr. DIAMOND BREAD JINGLE-CONTEST Gth Prize is awarded to ANDREW M. PALS, Meservcy, Iowa, for the following jingle: FATHER AND MOTHER THEY KNOW WHY DIAMOND BREAD THEY ALWAYS BUY. IT'S TASTY, NOURISHING, FRESH EVERY DAY THIS "BETTER BREAD" IS SURE TO PAY. 7th Prize is awarded to BILLY McCLELLAN, No. 4 Hazel Court, Mason City, for the following jingle: FATIfER AND MOTHER THEY KNOW WHY DIAMOND BREAD THEY ALWAYS BUY. IT'S TASTY, NOURISHING, FRESH EVERY DAY BUY US SOME MORE, DEAR MOTHER WE PltAY. THOSE RECEIVING HONORABLE MENTION LAST WEEK INCLUDE: Jcnnnc Gudertan, Alffonn, In. Geneva Wrrmeracti, llrltd In Mary T,. Tnilnnn, Rrltt. la. Kenneth Kumt, Cltar 1-atce, In. Kathleen Geltler, rinrlnn, la. John Dnty, Clarion, In. Gladys flnmrn, Cnnvith, In. Eva Domm, Crystal I-ake, la. Margaret Adam*, GlenvtHe, Minn, I.lla Jean Thompson, Knnaivtm, In. Kenneth Johnson* Kannwlm, la. France* Morion Hill, T-nke Milta, la. Phil rickett, Maiion City, IB. Tearl Jensrn, Mnnon Clly, la. Dorothy Ttyan, Mnson City, lu, Jnan K. Vnlcnllnc, Ma*on ( l ( y , In, Hill Jlurmelnter, Mnncm City, la. James Ilii^hcn* Motion City, In. llnica PfmeH, Mimon Clly, la. Hubert Col I en, Miipuin Clly, In. Vvonno TUlcy, McvAon Ctty, In. KrnncJn llyan, Manon City, la. Mary K. Amen, Nortruvood, la. Thmip \Vhltcomc, Nortlnvood, In. Dorothy E. noNcnbcrjt, NurtUwooU, la, Ilatplt Nchuclmri, Osnffe, In. Mrlvln Kelly, Ylnckwclt, In. Vcrna 7Umnemian: r Knitd, la, Itunncll Wenxel, TliomloiTr la. Dorothy Gartner, Tltnnkn, lu. REMEMBER! The contest is still ffoing on-- look for the New Jingle on our Diamond Bread Wrappers. INSIST ON D IAMOND "IT -STAYS FRESH LONGER" Baked By Mason City Baking Ox BAKERS OF DIAMOND -- THE BETTER BREAD

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